ANNULÉ Training: Everything DiSC® - Behavior type assessment workshop (Japanese)


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Have you ever had the feeling that miscommunication was getting in the way of efficient work? That you did not always understand how best to talk to your coworkers? That with some of your colleagues daily work and communication were very easy, while with others they were more difficult – up to the point that they were best avoided? Good communication is a pillar of performance in a company, and the key to harmonious and productive work relationships. The widely successful Everything DiSC® methodology helps you map your behavior style, understand other’s preferred style, and find common ground for optimal communication.


  • understand interpersonal behaviors
  • identify your own behavior style
  • understand DiSC, the four basic behavior types: Dominance, Influence, Conscientiousness and Steadiness
  • develop strategies for success

Please click here for a short video on Everything DiSC® (YouTube).

Prior to the training, each participant will have to fulfill an on-line questionnaire to identify his/her preferred behavioral style. The individual analysis will be delivered during the seminar.

For the details about the program, please click here

Title Everything DiSC® - Behavior type assessment workshop
Language Japanese
Date Thursday, June 14th 2018
Time 9:00 – 18:00
Place French Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIFJ)
Address Iida Bldg 1F, 5-5 Rokubancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Fees 60,000 yens (64,800 yens tax included) *the price includes online self assessment
Deadline for registration Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Register for this training
To register to this seminar, please send the application form by E-mail: emploi(@)
To download a registration form, please click here: WordPDF 

Should you have any inquiries, please feel free to contact Recruitment & Training Service.

Recruitment & Training Service 
French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan

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