Communicate and collaborate for success
Published: Wednesday 30th March 2016
During the last Leading and Managing in the ACU Context Conference ACU’s leaders identified improving communication and collaboration as one of the key issues to ensuring the University’s future success. Results from a Leadership Excellence Review undertaken at ACU in 2015 showed that managers and leaders rated this area as one of the top two challenges to embedding a culture of excellence across ACU.
As ACU continues to grow and strives to maintain high student satisfaction, excellent communication and collaboration among staff in all roles is crucial to our success. See how you boost your own skills, and that of your team, by registering for an upcoming workshop.
Introduction to DISC: profiling for Team Communication
The DISC Profile is the most widely used behavioural model in the world. Effective and productive teams need a mixture of different behavioural types, each person being in a position to make a real contribution; given their unique strengths, knowledge, skills and experience. The DISC models differentiate four behavioural types and allow participants to appreciate, learn from and work with others who have different operational and communication styles to their own.
This session will introduce staff to the DISC model and provide an understanding of how DISC can benefit team environments.
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