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DISCcert Announces Sept DISC Certification Webinar Series for Trainers
Date:9/3/2014

in their organization creates a culture of cooperation and has a positive impact on the company’s bottom line. They have also seen positive results in improving team-building, executive development, management skills, conflict resolution, and sales. DISC skills provide a viable solution to resolve conflict, absorb management changes, better customer service, on-boarding and performance development.

"Trainers certified in DISC are able to make a significant difference in the way their company operates, says Miss Burn. “When staff and employees are able to communicate and work together, everyone in the entire organization wins.”

For more information, and to register for both the online and “in person” programs please visit:

DISCcert offers three options for a comprehensive DISC certification program: the two-day classroom format, the in-house program and now the four-part webinar series. All three options enable organizations to save money by capitalizing on their internal training talent. The past and present financial stress has caused many organizations to reduce their training budgets and search out options for capitalizing on their in-house human resource expertise. Becoming DISC certified through DISCcert has been the choice of organizations nationwide.

DISC certified graduates who have taken the DISCcert program, quickly learn how to use the most practical DISC training tools for optimum results. As a result, trainers are able to successfully launch DISC at their org
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