The COVID-19 outbreak creates a critical need to consider other options for delivering DISC.
DISC tools are commonly used to enhance workplace communication, but do you actually know what DISC does and doesn't measure?
DISC is a powerful tool because it is easily understood and practical to use. Most of us don't need to know the methodology behind it; we just want to know if we can trust the results. However, if you're curious as to what the Extended DISC® Tool measures and
How do we identify and describe C-styles?
Do you work with or know someone who tends to be more analytical and reserved; someone we'd describe as a C-style? Has it been easy or challenging for you to interact with them? We can interact better with our C-style colleagues if we understand their style.
How do we identify and describe I-styles?
I-styles are typically more energetic, open, and social. Do you know anyone who is an I-style? Is it easy or more challenging for you to work with them? Understanding I-styles better can help you interact more effectively.
How do we identify and describe D-styles?
Do you have colleagues who tend to be fast-paced, task-focused, and more assertive? Is it easy or more challenging for you to work with them? You can interact more effectively with them if you understanding D-styles.
Do you ever wish you could tell your manager how they could better manage you? DISC helps you to do it.
Remember last week when we were both so frustrated discussing the issues with the project? Our conversation was anything but productive. I kept trying to tell you ways we could address the problems, but you just looked at me like I was speaking another language. On top of that,
Great trainers are always looking for more ways to build engaging and interactive exercises in their DISC sessions, right?
Today, I'm highlighting one of my favorite go-to exercises for DISC sessions, the Extended DISC® Play & Learn Game. The game reminds me of an old credit card commercial, "don't leave home without it!" Why? First off, it's portable, which is great for us trainers who
So, what tasks do you find draining? We all have those certain tasks we put off or avoid altogether.
Wouldn't life be awesome if we could just focus on the tasks and activities that excite and motivate us? In point of fact, we all have responsibilities that feel easier and more comfortable, but we also have ones we tend to put off or avoid. Consider those tasks you find boring, too hard, or