Knowledge that you might never need - but this is a survival skill that they don't teach at school.
Performance tuning for you|your Team|Managers|Recruitment|Marketing|Business
Workplace behaviour and client communications are the heart of your business. Harmonise the team. Strenghten the relationships. Increase your performance.
Using the DiSC toolkit, we deliver personal development, team-building, targeted recruitment and smart marketing.
DiSC consultation and mentoring for personal development.
Whole team DiSC tooling and client relationship tips.
Target the best candidates with role-specific DiSC analysis.
Application of DiSC to your marketing and proposals.
Years in use
The DiSC model defines four styles of behaviour. Originated in the 1920s, it is now one of the most widely used workplace behaviour toolkits. Easy to use and with clear, practical outcomes, it reduces workplace friction and enhances client relationships, as well as improving recruitment and marketing communications.
Find your peace
Understand others' communication styles and how to talk their language.
Find your inspiration
Learn how to be a better manager and how to get through to that difficult client.
Find your path
Apply DiSC across your business for better teams, stronger relationships and smarter hiring.
I have experience as a manager and director in demanding business environments, as well as experience owning businesses in the UK and Asia.
Fully-qualified DiSC trainer
I completed my DiSC certification in 2011 and have been using it privately and in business ever since. My customers consistently tell me that it is accurate and useful.
I enjoy developing safe, supportive relationships with my clients. I work to build confidence and improve communication skills, as well as sharpening decision-making.
Communication is power
Making a connection quickly and easily is a powerful enabler. Fixing difficult relationships makes everything run smoothly. Why live with the inefficiency of poor communication?
We've used Matthew's help at Helpful Digital to do DiSC profiling on all of us, and explore the patterns in how we communicate, what motivates us and what frustrates us at work. You get a good sense from his video what Matthew is like: totally down to earth, talking from experience, and with absolutely zero BS even when he's selling himself. This is a no-brainer, decent value and very useful: do it.
All our staff completed a DiSC exercise with Matthew. It was eye-opening and incredibly useful and led to us making several key changes. Matthew's empathy, sense of humour and ability to see the best in people promoted trust and rapport, allowing him to develop thoughtful, personalised and actionable recommendations for each individual's development. I can't recommend Matthew enough nor explain just how valuable his work has been.
Matthew quickly came to the attention of the board for his team building skills. He helped create a great team environment where performance and retention were both high. His opinion was well respected at senior level and he was a welcome support to the board, including supporting me during our expansion into Singapore.
Matthew transforms leaders and organisations, moving them from individual reactions into effective team response.
Matthew took genuine care for my progress when we worked together. He is a highly intelligent, driven-to-succeed individual who understands how to get the best out of a team. I would look forward to working with him again in the future.
Matthew fosters inclusion and cohesion in teams, driving them to deliver competent work and celebrating their successes.
Matthew knows how to craft an environment that produces a happy productive team. Which were always a pleasure to work within.
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