Aberdeen, WA, November 2, 2012 – LeRoy Tipton of Quality Leadership Challenge in Aberdeen, WA announced today that he has successfully completed the application process with Inscape Publishing, Inc. to become an Inscape Authorized Distributor.
LeRoy is now among more than 2,500 independent trainers, coaches and consultants in North America authorized to use Inscape’s industry-leading DiSC® learning instrument along with a host of assessments dealing with leadership, management, sales, workplace, teamwork, communication and more, to augment their training and development solutions.
Inscape Publishing, Inc., headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is the leading provider of instrument-based learning systems that transform individuals, teams and organizations by helping people develop a deeper understanding of themselves and their relationships. This, in turn, helps organizations realize greater success. Inscape’s flagship product, the DiSC® learning instrument, was pioneered over three decades ago.
Quality Leadership Challenge, co-owned by LeRoy & Sharon Tipton provides customized business and organizational solutions including leadership training, strategic planning, workshops and seminars, keynoting, facilitation, and benefit auctions. The Classic DiSC Personal Profile product has been used for 19 years as a core instrument in Grays Harbor Chamber’s Leadership Grays Harbor program. In addition to the flagship product LeRoy is now able to include a vast array of on-line DiSC®-based assessments and training products that develop critical interpersonal business skills.
“We’re thrilled to welcome LeRoy & Sharon Tipton to our network of Authorized Distributors,” said Jeffrey Sugerman, CEO of Inscape Publishing. “The successful implementation of our learning instruments in organizations throughout North America is dependent upon the highly skilled network of independent trainers, coaches and consultants who use our resources with their clients’ workforces to help them achieve desired results.”
Inscape Publishing, Inc., the leading provider of instrument-based learning systems, pioneered the original DiSC® learning instrument over three decades ago. Earlier this year John Wiley & Sons, Inc. acquired Inscape Holdings for $85 million. Today, Inscape continues to create innovative products and services that engage, inspire and empower individuals and organizations. Inscape’s learning resources have helped more than 45 million people gain insight into their attitudes, behaviors and potential in the workplace.