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Student Leadership Program Conducts DISC Analysis Workshop
Thirty students attended the DISC analysis workshop conducted by the Office of Student Affairs' Student Leadership Program on September 30 as a part of the Student Training and Workshop Series. The widely used DISC Behavioral Style Model focuses on understanding, communicating and appreciating the four primary behavioral styles.
"The DISC workshop is a good platform for individuals to discover their behavioral and personality dynamics. The ideas shared during the workshop will serve as an aid for a better interaction with the community and other people," said Bilal Marouf, a senior majoring in mechanical engineering.
"Through the workshop, I've learned a lot about the differences in people's personalities, and my own. I believe this will be especially helpful in my future career, in which I will be in touch with people most of the time," added Razan Al Obaidi, a junior majoring in finance.
"Our Student Leadership Program will continue to provide students training under the Student Training and Workshop Series to enhance student learning with professional guidance. The DISC workshop has proven popular among students, and it is one we repeat yearly because understanding how to deal with personalities is a trick that students need to master to become effective future leaders within a diverse community," said Dr. Moza Al Shehhi, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs.