The DiSC Workshop provides an overview of the time-tested DiSC behavioral assessment model. The focus of this interactive Workshop is to help participants better understand their style and the style of others so they can more effectively communicate, influence, collaborate and enjoy better outcomes. Participants will have the opportunity to increase their awareness of their strengths/blind spots and potential performance challenges to become a more effective manager and leader.

Each participant will receive his/her own feedback report and have the opportunity to ask questions to clarify understanding. This report provides an overview of each person’s behavior patterns, highlighting effective and ineffective communication, how to communicate with people who prefer other styles of behavior, ways to stay motivated and keys to being effectively managed. Potential personal ‘time wasters’ are also identified. There is ample opportunity to spot key learning points and personal development opportunities.

We will also have a discussion about how behavioral style differences can align to work smoothly together as well as conflict so as cause tension and ineffective interactions and poor results. We will discuss examples in part derived from the group discussion.

The workshop is predominantly discussions driven, with an emphasis on how a leader and/or his/her team might use this assessment data to lead more effectively.


Our Facilitator

Andrew Cohn, JD, MA

Executive and Leadership Coach

Andrew Cohn is the founder and principal of Lighthouse Consulting, LLC. For over 20 years he has worked globally as a counselor, consultant, and facilitator for businesses and individuals. Andrew’s work improves his clients’ business results and culture, and enhances individual performance and satisfaction.

Andrew facilitates team meetings globally to optimize achievement, efficiency, engagement, and shared learning. He has coached and trained leaders and their teams on a variety of issues including team leadership, performance management, interpersonal effectiveness, strategic thinking, diversity and women’s leadership, conflict resolution, and work/life balance. He works with clients to overcome “right v. wrong” thinking in favor of what works.

Andrew also facilitates solutions to workplace disputes and crises. His open-minded and non-judgmental style fosters trust and positive focus, and he helps his clients move through troubled waters quickly and productively. In a very practical manner, Andrew brings clarity to complex problems. He helps focus leaders at all levels on what matters most and how to effectively act on it.

In addition to serving his own clients, Andrew partners with some of the world’s leading leadership development consultancies. He has also taught leadership, ethics, conflict resolution, and mindfulness at the MBA and undergraduate levels.

Andrew practiced law for seven years prior to founding his own consulting firm. He earned his Juris Doctorate at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, an in MA Applied/Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica, and a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations (with emphasis on international business and economics) from Boston University. He also practices and teaches Aikido. He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and son.

Andrew’s clients have included Johnson & Johnson, Viacom, FMC, Cisco, Microsoft, Comcast, Vanguard, Mercedes-Benz USA, Subaru of America, and Deloitte.


  • Participant Fee: $0
  • Availability:  PHL 45
  • Date/Time:  March 5, 2020 | 6:30pm-8:30pm
  • Location:  SCC Sweetbaum