Leading HIGH C's (cautious, compliant) 

2-hour evening workshop that will improve your ability to manage the Perfectionist.

  • Learn how to inspire the HIGH C
  • Reduce the stress associated with working with them
  • Increase teamwork

Thursday 12th May 6.00pm Hawthorn, Victoria

Why it Works

C stands for compliance.
The HIGH C person relies on rational logic to reach conclusions.

They can be perfectionists, but if not managed right become hard to please, overanalyse (Analysis Paralysis), defensive and continually pessimistic.
Managed well they will plan and organise to perfection.

They are the accountants, the engineers, the researchers and analysts.
They are seen by many sales staff as the foot on the hose. 

They are 14% of the population


  • Recognise clues for identifying the High C
  • Develop effective communication strategies for the High C
  • Identify your personal style
  • Utilise active listening skills
  • Structure your message through establishing the end point first
  • Learn how to effectively lead the HIGH C
  • Gain confidence by actively role playing
  • Improve your communication and impact your career success!

Our DISC training workshops are not abstract, conceptual time-wasters.
They are run as small groups allowing you to gain maximum benefit.
Every one of our workshops is conducted by Daryl Keeley.
Daryl Keeley has been presenting DISC workshops for over 20 years.
Daryl's training style is clear, practical, and highly interactive.

Added Bonus!

Each participant will be able to complete a free DISC questionnaire that enables them to spot their own behavioural profile. In the workshop you will learn the key strengths of your core behavioural style and how to play to them.

The fine print:

The next course is run at 
Level 1, 183 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn VIC 3122
Cost: $75 per person
Booking is essential

Register your interest

By emailing: jobshop@macrorecruitment.com.au

"I like the interaction and descriptions of the workshops"
Elizabeth Jennings

"I like the structure and the way Daryl presented the workshop"
Dylan Venables

"Differences between personality profiles"
Gill Weeks