Parisien Research Corporation (PRC) has been involved in developing world-class training particularly aimed at the military, security, intelligence, police, and business sectors. The span of the types of courses covers both knowledge-based and skills-based requirements. In this section, we will feature some of the courses that we believe are germane to the current needs of our client base.
The course we spotlight is designed to provide leadership training that is especially on point for those who have to manage teams in the digital environment.
The cornerstones of effective “leadership” are inter-personal communications and trust. The objective of the course is to enable the new front line supervisor and mid-level leader/manager to explore the characteristics and practice the skills of being an “effective” leader, using the Four Temperament (DISC) Model of Human Behavior, as a foundation. The Four Temperament (DISC) Model of Human Behavior was first proposed in 1928 by psychologist William Moulton Marston in his book, “Emotions of Normal People” . Since then, a number of people and organizations have evolved Marston’s Model.
The Four Temperament (DISC) Model of Human Behavior that we use was further enhanced by the studies of Dr Robert A. Rohm at Personality Insights Inc. The Personality Insights Inc version of the Model is used by various academic, law enforcement, military, and intelligence organizations, as well as many private sector companies and institutions around the world.
FORMAT AND DELIVERY
Length of Course: 40 hours
Class Size: minimum 8 students, maximum 16 students
Course Delivery: on line, and in classroom (when permitted),
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