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With this 2-hour virtual and interactive workshop, you will identify your decision making and problem solving styles, your strengths and challenges in relation to directing and delegating, and those of others. Understanding the styles of yourself and those on your team gives you the tools needed to successfully lead, leaving those on your team feeling valued and respected.


Choose the day and time that works best for you!

Note that each day will be limited to 20 registrants.


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Join me live via Zoom from the comfort of your home, office space, conference room, or wherever. No dress code required!

This workshop is a must attend if…


You are a manager with both a supervisor to whom you report and a team with which you manage. You are tired of dealing with turnover, internal conflict, and/or lack of initiative from your team and struggle with how to change this and are determined to do what it takes to boost your team’s morale, to increase productivity, and to improve the overall work environment.


Whether you…

  • are new to a leadership position and need training on how to be direct, delegate, develop and motivate your teams.
  • have been in a management role for a while now and continue to experience the same challenges with certain types of employees.
  • consider yourself a veteran but are having trouble with employee turnover rates which you’ve never seen so high before!

You are in the right place! Read on to better understand exactly how The Key to Being a Successful Manager Workshop will give you the insight and tools you need to lead your team in a way that keeps them wanting to stick around longer and to provide quality outcomes!

Neal, General Manager

Client of Carol’s who went through the Everything DiSC Management program.


By the end of this workshop, you will:

  • Review the different DiSC styles and how they might overlap allowing you to better understand yourself and those with whom you work.
  • Complete an online assessment that will result in a customized document uncovering your DiSC style, top priorities, management preferences, directing and delegating style, and more.
  • Evaluate how your personality influences your leadership style and behavioral tendencies which affect your time management, decision making tendencies, and approach to solving problems.
  • Understand your directing and delegating style, the strengths and challenges of your approach, and what to consider when directing and delegating with others based on THEIR DiSC style in relation to YOUR DiSC style.
  • Learn about and how to use people-reading techniques to determine the DiSC style of those that you manage, allowing for more effective communication that leaves your team feeling valued and respected.
  • Create a sample action plan with a specific employee with whom you have struggled or are currently struggling in order to help you understand how to use DiSC as a tool to effectively manage your team.

“My intention with hiring Carol and participating in her training was to use the information as a tool in onboarding a new Branch Administrator. It was important to me to start our relationship on an even keel while maximizing her talents and potential. Everything DISC goes beyond personality and moves you to understanding your behavior tendencies. Learning how I behave and how that impacts my team and even my clients was invaluable. And, having the tools to adjust the way I lead, teach & react to others’ DiSC style will only help me continue to be a better advisor and leader in my branch.


My team thoroughly enjoyed the process of working with Carol and found her to be the perfect blend of professional and friendly.”


Kimberly Baltunis, Edward Jones

PART ONE: Introduction or Review of the DiSC Model

  • Cornerstone Principles of Everything DiSC
  • Overview of the DiSC Model

PART two: overview of your management style

  • Overview of your DiSC style
  • What your DiSC diagram says about you
  • The priorities that shape your management experience
  • Pinpoint what you enjoy and what drains your energy as a manager
  • How your DiSC style affects your day to day

PART three: directing and delegating

  • Overview of your directing and delegating style
  • The strengths and challenges of your approach
  • How to direct and delegate based on someone’s DiSC style in relation to yours

You should give The Key to Being a Success Manager a shot if you’re motivated by any of the following:

  • You desire to support and guide your team not only to success but to also thrive.
  • You thrive off of being the manager to whom your supervisor comes and depends on in order to get the job done.
  • You want to focus on your current team rather than frequently searching, hiring, and training new employees.

"I’ve had an opportunity to consider how my communication style is impacting each staff member differently.


Recognizing the different styles has helped me tailor the message about change and expectations in a way that hopefully makes staff members more comfortable.


They approach work and challenges from a different point of view. This makes the team stronger as long as we all respect the differences.


It’s important to learn what goals individuals have and help them work toward those goals."


Peggy, Publisher and Manager

Client of Carol’s who went through the Everything DiSC Management program.

I personally cannot wait to guide you through this virtual workshop


Understanding the people with whom I work has literally transformed my life.


I’ve experienced going from working with individuals that always left me thinking, “Well, that didn’t go how I had hoped,” after every interaction to sharing amazing relationships resulted in amazing teamwork. And that includes supervisors, colleagues, AND individuals of a team I managed!


If you are a middle manager, you owe it to yourself, your team, and your company to at least take a plunge to see what your life could be like if you were more aware of your personality and those around you at work.


To experience firsthand, spending time on building relationships with your current team and projects rather than hiring and training new employees. Communicating with your employees in a way that motivates them to achieve work that benefits everyone and leaves each person feeling valued and respected.


Should you choose to accept my invitation, I personally guarantee that the 3 hours we spend together will outright be life changing for you and your team.


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