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Mastering Productive Conflict Using Everything DiSC®

April 20 @ 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Do things feel like a constant tug-of-war in your workplace? Has conflict become a dirty word? Most of us cringe when we think of confrontation, but it doesn’t have to be that way.

Believe it or not, when you look at the data, conflict is actually a critical piece of a healthy team’s foundation. The first step is acknowledging that conflict can be productive and that the outcomes can actually be AMAZING when you embrace it.

That’s why this workshop transforms teams. Everything DiSC® Productive Conflict improves self-awareness around conflict behaviors by helping you:

  • Appreciate how your style of handling conflict affects the people around you
  • Learn how to “catch” yourself when going down a destructive conflict path
  • Learn how to reframe a conflict situation and choose more productive behaviors
  • Build a common language in the organization around appropriate conflict behavior

One of the biggest changes people describe after attending this workshop is a shift from avoiding conflict to genuinely embracing it. They realize conflict can be healthy, easier, and make for better outcomes.

Rather than focus on a step-by-step process for conflict resolution, Everything DiSC Productive Conflict provides participants with techniques to curb destructive behaviors and effectively respond to conflict situations.

The program features an exploration of DiSC® in a conflict context, provides an opportunity for participants to explore their destructive conflict responses, and offers a method for making more productive choices when responding to conflict.

Whole teams or partial teams are encouraged to attend. It’s not a requirement but those working together will absolutely find value in learning about one another.

The process begins with the self-awareness and understanding of conflict dynamics gained in this session. And then, it takes practice, practice, practice. The final step: celebrate the transformation!

Whether this is a journey you take as an individual or as a team, it’s SO important to honor the incredible mindset shift and courage required to actively move toward productive conflict. It’s a BIG deal!

So are you ready to stop dreading daily conflict at work and turn it into a productive tool for your team? This is how it starts. Reserve your spot today and join us for this eye-opening, interactive, virtual session!

Register now!

** Registration is required by April 13, 2021 // There is a minimum of 6 people to run this class

**Registration is required prior to the workshop in order to receive the Zoom link to join us. This workshop is an online event. Workshops are held in Eastern Standard Time. 

Price $150.

Pre-work requirements: Each attendee must complete a 15-minute online assessment no later than April 19, 2021. A link will be sent to each participant upon registration.


About the Instructors: 

Since founding PeopleSense Consulting in 2001, Robin Eichert and her team have worked with hundreds of organizations to support job-fit, management development, and team building initiatives. Robin uses a variety of creative approaches, including world-class assessments along with an innovative approach that involves animals as teachers. She has earned Founder’s Club distinction for sales volume and prides herself in the knowledge of the sophisticated assessment tools she and her clients rely on. She also writes a popular blog called Graceful Leadership, based on dog-inspired leadership lessons to help managers in their roles.

PeopleSense team member, Jeni Callihan, brings a keen entrepreneurial spirt and passion for helping each person reach their full potential authentically. Her strong facilitation skills and supportive nature allow her to gently tease out the nuances of a situation and handle them with ease. Jeni’s background as a yoga instructor and solopreneur give her a unique perspective on business and the people she works with.


April 20
8:30 am - 12:30 pm


NH United States
(603) 352-5063


Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship
(603) 352-5063