Understanding (and adapting) your working style through DISC

Up to
Online via Zoom

No materials needed

Who’s this for?



Take the DISC assessment in advance



DISC is a model of human behavior that helps you understand how you do what you do. It's a language to use (either independently or within a team) to talk about how we work — what motivates us, what irks us, and how we can communicate, manage, sell, and generally work more effectively with other people. It contributes to better self awareness, promotes adaptability, and builds empathy around our differences.

Note: this workshop requires every participant to take the DISC assessment in advance of the session. This is ~10 minutes of pre-work, and costs $50 per participant.

During this workshop, we will:

  • Learn and explore the language of DISC 
  • Discuss DISC case studies to better understand and interpret other people’s style
  • Use the DISC vocabulary to practice navigating conflict at work and tailoring communication to people with different styles
  • Explore DISC as a way to understand team and group dynamics

After the workshop, you will have learned:

  • Your own DISC profile: every participant will walk away with a 20+ page individualized report with resources and tools to understand their own style and how to work most effectively with others
  • Note: if teams are going through this workshop together, you’ll also receive a team report
  • A sense of how to “read” DISC and use the language to work more effectively with others, particularly those who are different than you
Rachel Peck


Rachel Peck

Rachel Peck is an Executive Coach and facilitator who uses her experience as a former Chief of Staff and Director of Learning and Development to help leaders and teams perform at their best. She believes in asking the right questions and serving as a thought partner to help people unlock their own best thinking and work.

Rachel graduated from Barnard College of Columbia University and, after almost a decade working at Harry's (a high-growth startup) received an Advanced Personal and Executive Coach certification from the College of Executive Coaching. Today, Rachel is the founder and CEO of Metronome — a coaching and talent development consulting firm that believes professional development should be research-driven, action-oriented, and genuinely fun.

Read more

They've worked with people at


Ratings & reviews

Average rating:
No items found.

Upcoming dates

No scheduled sessions

Upcoming sessions

There are no sessions scheduled
Get notified
Book a private session
Email icon

Other workshops you might like