What is it?

This Effective Communicator Conference includes content, practice and a DiSC assessment for each attendee. The DiSC assessment is provided upon registration. This is followed by one, 4.5 hour, virtual session where we'll discuss the various communication styles and their behaviors. During the session we'll also practice observing the various communication styles as well as responding to emails in the 4 styles. Following the session each attendee will practice tailoring their own behaviours by way of video submission.

From Mark Horstman, Co-founder:

"You don't realise how much your communication style is a deeply ingrained habit. 75% of the time at work your natural style actually gets in your way. We're going to teach you to see other styles and change your own. You'll be amazed at how well it works. This is the most important thing I ever learned in my professional life."

Investment: $550

Includes one, 4.5-hour session, delivered virtually over Zoom. Attendees will do additional practice by way of video submission afterward. Each attendee will receive a DISC profile for identifying their individual communication style.

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The DiSC training was outstanding. I feel/know that I'm much better prepared to lead and manage.

      Read more...James Shumate

This is the most practical set of behavioral work tools I’ve encountered.

      Read more...Frank Elavsky

While I expected a quality presentation by MT, the ECC exceeded all of my expectations as a tool I can use daily. Highly relevant and actionable. I would recommend the ECC to anyone interested in improving their understanding of behavior.

      Read more...Shari Shugart