What If Everything You Know About Personality Styles Training Is Wrong?

Date: Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Time: 2:00 PM EST

Duration: 60-minutes

Even though DISC assessments are commonly used around the world, they regularly fail to have a lasting impact. While people are fascinated by their results, awareness doesn’t often translate into sustained behavioral change. Learn how to reinvent DISC training to make it more engaging and sticky. Discover that DISC is not about graphs and reports, but rather about application. You will learn how to place the styles into long-term memory, rather than treating them as little more than a fleeting fascination. 

In this webcast, you will:

  • Gain insight about how to turn classroom-based DISC training into a fun and engaging experience.
  • Discover why most DISC training is designed for short-term memory, not long-term retention and application.
  • Find out how to turn DISC training into a process, not an event, by reinforcing the learning throughout the year.

Sponsored by:

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   Merrick Rosenberg

Merrick Rosenberg – thought leader, entrepreneur, author, keynote speaker – specializes in team building, leadership development, and utilizing the DISC personality styles to build better relationships and create engaging work environments.

Rosenberg co-founded Team Builders Plus, the largest team building company in the United States, in 1991, and Take Flight Learning, the leading DISC training company in the United States, in 2012. He also authored the book The Chameleon, Life-Changing Wisdom for Anyone Who Has a Personality or Knows Someone Who Does, and co-authored Taking Flight!, Master the DISC Styles to Transform Your Career, Your Relationships...Your Life.

As CEO of Take Flight Learning, Rosenberg has led his organization to be selected by the Philadelphia Business Journal as one of the Fastest Growing Companies and Best Places to Work in the Philadelphia region. Under his leadership, Team Builders Plus was selected as the New Jersey Business of the Year by NJ Biz magazine.

Rosenberg has led DISC training programs for more than 30,000 people and spoken to tens of thousands more on how to incorporate the personality styles into one’s work and personal life. Taking Flight with DISC, the training program that Rosenberg designed, is recognized as the Best Personality Styles Training Program in the United States by Corporate Vision Magazine.

Rosenberg received his MBA specializing in Organizational Development from Drexel University, where he was selected as the Alumni Entrepreneur of the Year. An engaging speaker and presenter, he is a regular guest on radio shows across the country and has been invited to speak by such organizations as: TEDx, the Association for Talent Development, the Society for Human Resource Management, the Project Management Institute, the International Society for Performance Improvement, the Employer's Council, the American Society for Quality, Vistage International, President’s Club, Pharma Forum, and Young Associates.

Regularly sought out by the media for expert commentary, Rosenberg has appeared in: The New York Times, Fast Company, Fortune, Huffington Post, Forbes, The Herald Tribune, The Wall Street Journal, InformationWeek, Inc., Parents, and Glamour magazine. He’s personally penned articles that have been featured in PopSugar, Tech.co., Training magazine, T&D, Business News Daily, Young Upstarts, JollyBoss, HR.com, Sales & Marketing Management, MyCustomer, and American Management Association Playbook.

Interacting with people on all levels – from line staff to senior managers – at more than half of the Fortune 100 companies in the U.S. and around the world, Rosenberg continues to work with organizations of all sizes in a variety of industries: AAA, Adidas, Alstom Power, Aramark, Bank of America, Blue, Cross/Blue Shield, Campbell Soup Company, Chase, Colgate-Palmolive, Comcast, ExxonMobil, Ford Motor Company, General Electric, GlaxoSmithKline, Hewlett-Packard, InterContinental Hotels Group, Johnson & Johnson, L'Oreal, Lockheed Martin, Lufthansa, Nabisco, National Institutes of Health, NBCUniversal, Nestle Purina, Novartis, PECO Energy, Pepsi, Philadelphia Eagles, Reliance Standard Life, Roche, Samaritan Hospice, Temple University, UnitedHealthcare, and Verizon.

Rosenberg has also lent his expertise to various government agencies, including the Environmental Protection Agency, Interpol, Social Security Administration, U.S. Forest Service, as well as the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines.