Learning & Development

DISCsimple provides a range of proven programmes developed by the global publishers Wiley.

Add the DISCsimple approach to the high-level and current programme content and your teams will improve their communication, productivity and teamwork.

The DISCsimple learning and development training team believes in delivery for results with humour, compassion and accuracy.

The team is accomplished and all go through rigorous DISCsimple development to ensure your teams are served by world-class trainers.

Excellent (10/10)

   What Our Clients Say

Amazing support as an Associate

Rated 5 out of 5
8th July 2021

I joined DISCsimple as an Associate in order to be able to support my clients better. The behavioural profiling that DISCsimple offers gives a phenomenal insight into business owners, the leadership team and all team members. More importantly, being part of DISCsimple is to be part of something really special; the support I receive is fantastic. From weekly ‘Live’ sessions where the profiling is brought to life with other Associates, clients and potential clients through to monthly sessions where as Associates we can gain insight from each other, including the really experienced Associates, the support is endless! An environment of continuous learning is demonstrated in everything DISCsimple offers and Sarah, Suzi and Em are exceptional in their support of the Associate network.

Susanne Samuel

Supportive and Engaging

Rated 5 out of 5
10th May 2021

Disc is a tool.
DiscSimple is a company.
The Team of Sarah, Em and Suzi bring the vision to life.
Engaging, friendly and supportive with a passionate desire and zeal to help associates develop their businesses in a strategic manner , with an emphasis on the quality of the customer experience.
Nice people to do business with!

Anthony Munday

A fantastic opportunity for our team

Rated 5 out of 5
26th March 2021

Thank you Em and Suzi for our 1-hour session which included a DISC masterclass. A fantastic opportunity for our team at HealthHubble to gain an understanding of DISC, and in particular, how this can help us in the new virtual world of video calls.

Dr Jacqualine Seckley