Use Your Strengths to Your Advantage: How DISC and VALUES Assessments Can Help You Manage Challenges

    August 11, 2020
    11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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    Online: Via Zoom


    These are trying times. Everyone has a million balls in the air and are responsible for juggling them all at once amongst so many distractions. As a result, we are all more in survival mode than success mode. So how can we thrive in these times, and not just survive? Utilizing the DISC and VALUES assessments, you can understand your behavioral and communication strengths and your key motivators to better help you understand what you need to success, how better to communicate with those around you both personally and professionally, and the structure you need to get ahead.  IFMA Boston has invested in the DISC and VALUES assessments and would like to pass them on to you as a member benefit. Jennessa Durrani, the Chapter's Executive Director and Certified DISC and VALUES coach will do a two hour workshop to help you understand your assessment and provide group coaching in a virtual gathering.

    The DISC Plus Assessment combines the DISC Assessment and Values Assessment into one comprehensive report. By leveraging what is often new-found knowledge and self-awareness, it becomes easier for you to engage others and to align your passions and purpose.

    The DISC Assessment measures four dimensions of your behavioral style:

    • Decisive — A preference for problem solving and getting results.
    • Interactive — A preference for interacting with others and showing emotion.
    • Stability — A preference for pacing, persistence and steadiness.
    • Cautious — A preference for procedures, standards and protocols.


    The Values Assessment measures seven dimensions of motivation:

    • Aesthetic — A drive for balance, harmony and form.
    • Economic — A drive for economic or practical returns.
    • Individualistic — A drive to stand out as independent and unique.
    • Political — A drive to be in control or have influence.
    • Altruistic — A drive for humanitarian efforts or to help others altruistically.
    • Regulatory — A drive to establish order, routine and structure.
    • Theoretical — A drive for knowledge, learning and understanding.


    The assessment itself takes about 10 minutes, once complete you will receive a 54 page report detailing all of your success factors based on your assessments. You will receive a link to the assessment once you have registered for the event.


    $0.00 IFMA Boston Member

    $100.00 Non IFMA Boston Member