Leadership & Team Training

We customize every program

to meet the culture, needs, and performance of our clients.

DISC Training

Success - both professionally and personally - can often be determined by how well you interact with other people. Your ability to relate, communicate, influence and motivate is critical to successful relationships. And communication is tough. You do not always get along with everyone you meet. Everyone has a different style, and it may not sync with yours. So what can you do?

Join Paradyne’s experts for an eye-opening DISC training session where you will learn all about your behavioral and communication style, who you are and how others perceive you, how to read other people and better understand them and adjust your communication style to achieve your ultimate goals. Paradyne has been delivering DISC workshops for over twenty years - you won’t find a more accurate profile.

“Honestly, it blew my mind. Dorriah’s personal interpretation added to the standard DISC review was so incredibly insightful, I thought she was reading my mind. Our 30 person team left the session with a comprehensive understanding of how to better themselves at work, and actionable tasks to improve collaboration. Holistically invaluable.”

- Garret T. Autry, Engineer 2 at training, Chief Technology Officer 3 years later

Great managers and leaders are passionate about and confident in the work they do, and they inspire others to be as well. We do not take a one-size-fits all approach, and we will work with your company to provide a custom training experience. Paradyne has helped thousands of managers develop the skills necessary to make the transition from individual performer to team leader, or from team leader to leader of an organization.

Whether for senior executives or front line managers, our management and leadership training formula works as we:

1. Deliver highly relevant and informative learning content in an interactive, fun, and engaging way

2. Provide self-awareness through assessment, peer input, and personal discovery

3. Try out the new skills while still in the learning environment

4. Plan “deliberate practice” of the new skills in real world settings, with someone providing observation and feedback