WEMBA DISC Workshop

WEMBA DISC Workshop

The DiSC Workshop provides an overview of the time-test 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.

Snapshot

  • Participant Fee: $0
  • Number of seats: 
  • Availability:  SF 44
  • Date/Time:  March 8, 2019; 9:30am – 12:30 PST
  • Location:  Wharton San Francisco Campus

Facilitator

Alissa Finerman
Executive Coach
Gallup Certified Strengths Coach

As a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach, Alissa Finerman leads specific team seminars to leverage individual and team strengths, develop leaders, maximize performance, achieve key goals and increase engagement levels. She works with managers, leaders, and entrepreneurs to empower people to convert their ideas into actionable steps and make a positive impact in the world. She has worked with companies in various industries including Ross Stores, Petco, BNP Paribas, LAUSD, Brookfield Property Partners, Jones Lang LaSalle, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, Neutrogena, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Prostate Cancer Foundation, LA Business Journal, the Milken Institute, Dress for Success and Vistage International. She has been featured in the Huffington Post and is a regular contributor to Wharton Magazine.
Alissa’s business background includes 12 years in finance at such firms as Credit Suisse, a global investment bank; IPC, a former Goldman Sachs portfolio company serving the financial industry; Guggenheim Partners, a boutique investment management firm and five years in commercial real estate. She bridges her experiences as a former professional tennis player, Wall Street professional and executive coach to inspire others to think bigger and get results.

Alissa holds an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and a BA from the University of California, Berkeley. She has experience coaching since 2007 and received her coaching credentials from New York University, Results Coaching Systems and Gallup Strengths Coaching Program.

Alissa was an All-American tennis player at the University of California, Berkeley and competed on the Women’s Professional Tennis Circuit, achieving a world ranking of #202 in doubles. She continues to compete on the USTA senior tour and was ranked #1 in the USTA National Women’s 40 Doubles in 2008, 2009, and 2011 and #1 in the Women’s 45 Doubles in 2013 and 2015. In 2014, she represented the USA and won the ITF World Team Championships Women’s 45.

Alissa’s first book, Living in Your Top 1%: Nine Essential Rituals to Achieve Your Ultimate Life Goals, is available on Amazon. For more information, please visit: www.AlissaFinerman.com