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Student Leadership Program conducts successful DISC Analysis Workshop
Twenty students attended the DISC analysis workshop conducted by the Office of Student Affairs' Student Leadership Program on May 4, 2015 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.
"Honestly speaking, I never thought I would learn the skill of understanding other personalities. I was even more amazed to find out my own personality type. It was truly a helpful experience," said Khaled Al Bah, a junior majoring in international studies. "I have started to implement what I learned through my daily interactions with my friends and professors and many others, carefully understanding their way of thinking and what is the right approach to deal with their unique character. Special thank you to the Student Leadership Program for providing us with such amazing workshops that builds our character and help us understand ourselves and others in a better way."
"The DISC workshop taught me more about myself and my personality. Due to my major, which is international studies, I have to always communicate with others, and the DISC analysis workshop helped me learn different methods of communicating with different personalities," added Al Jawhara Al Juwaied, a freshman.
"We are glad to hear that students enjoyed learning about personalities. The DISC Analysis workshop is conducted every semester and we recommend that all students take it once during their time at AUS," said Dr. Moza Al Shehhi, Dean of Students.