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

Em’s explanations are so clear

5.0 rating
3rd August 2020

The Discsimple during COVID has been a real revelation, understanding how different people react in different situations is really insightful. As a ‘C’ I am getting an sneak peak into how others tick. They don’t all like process. Who knew!?

John Dray

Insights that have made a fundamental difference to the way I work with others, enabling more effective and meaningful relationships

5.0 rating
2nd April 2020

Knowing yourself better, your motivations and behaviours is invaluable if you are engaged in helping others. DiSC offers a range of tools for different settings and roles and has enabled me to create a common framework for working with clients. We introduce DiSC in the early stages of our relationship as our work is challenging for us and for them. It gives us a shared understanding and language to make our work together enjoyable and productive.

Kim Jones

DISCsimple is a very effective, easy to use and accurate tool to help build teams.

5.0 rating
30th March 2020

I have done a number of similar assessment profiles in the past and going through the DISCsimple analysis has produced a very clear, helpful and frankly “correct” assessment of my major characteristics. In the past I have also been somewhat sceptical of the rationale behind such analyses, but in the case of DISCsimple, the straightforward logic is spot on. I am impressed and certainly would recommend this analysis for anyone looking to find ways to make their team function better.

James Short