Engaging DiSC Games for Teams

QuikDiSC is an engaging card game designed to spark interest and enhance your training experience.

QuikDiSC® Card Game

Dreamed up by a trio of experienced training experts, the QuikDiSC card game aims to intertwine the nuances of behavioral differences, as depicted in the DiSC® Dimensions of Behavior model, into a lively game setup. Beyond mere education, their goal was to create an experience that’s both thrilling and versatile. They held a firm belief that optimal learning unfolds in an atmosphere where participants effortlessly connect with the material and each other. [ Bonus: Download the handout Games & Ice Breakers for DiSC Profile Training ]

5 Games for DiSC Team-building

Activities to Understand DiSC Styles:

  • Personal DiSC Badge: Team members create badges displaying their primary DiSC style with colors and a few keywords or symbols that resonate with their style.
  • DiSC Role Play: Participants act out hypothetical workplace situations based on their DiSC style, highlighting their strengths and challenges.
  • Storytelling Session: Share a personal story or experience that exemplifies their primary DiSC behavior.
  • DiSC Style Sculpture: Using play dough or crafting materials, create a 3D representation of what their DiSC style feels like.
  • Guess the Style: Write down a workplace action, and let others guess which DiSC style it aligns with.

Activities for Enhanced Communication:

  • DiSC Communication Swap: Pair people with opposite DiSC styles and have them discuss how they’d handle a situation.
  • Feedback Carousel: Rotate partners and practice giving feedback using different DiSC communication preferences.
  • Email Decoding: Craft emails or messages in a specific DiSC style and let others interpret the core message.
  • Silent Meetings: Use non-verbal cues to communicate and let participants guess the DiSC style being exhibited.
  • DiSC Talk Show: Host an improvised talk show where participants answer questions in their DiSC style.

Activities for Conflict Resolution:

  • DiSC Conflict Role Play: Enact a scene with a conflict and let participants resolve it using their DiSC understanding.
  • Style Mediation: In pairs, mediate a fictional conflict using different DiSC styles.
  • Hot Seat: Address workplace challenges, receiving feedback based on different DiSC styles.
  • Conflict Mapping: Analyze a past conflict and discuss how different DiSC styles contributed to and resolved it.
  • Style Swap: Approach a disagreement by swapping DiSC styles to see how perspectives change.

Activities for Collaboration:

  • DiSC Puzzle: Create puzzles representing each DiSC style, and have teams collaborate to solve.
  • Project Swap: Assign tasks according to DiSC styles, then swap and discuss challenges.
  • Brainstorm Bonanza: Tackle a problem using each DiSC style’s strengths in separate brainstorming sessions.
  • Build-a-Team: Assemble dream teams for hypothetical projects based on DiSC profiles.
  • DiSC Case Study: Analyze a successful project or business and guess team members’ DiSC styles.

Activities for Celebration and Appreciation:

  • DiSC Appreciation Circle: Go around expressing appreciation based on different DiSC strengths.
  • Achievement Board: Highlight achievements and align them with specific DiSC styles.
  • DiSC Awards Night: Create fun awards tailored to each DiSC style and celebrate team members.
  • Strength Story: Share stories where team members’ DiSC strengths shone.
  • Thank You Notes: Write thank you notes tailored to the recipient’s DiSC style.

Remember, the key to these activities is to foster understanding and appreciation of different DiSC styles, promoting better teamwork and communication.