One of the things that people really like about the DISC model is that it is completely non-judgmental. There are no good or bad categories. There are no high or low scores. Each DISC style is not better or worse. They are simply different.
DISC assessment does not make judgments
Finland's National Mens Basketball Team and Extended DISC begin their 2nd decade of successful collaboration. More and more sports teams get out of their comfort zones and achieve better results with DISC Assessments.
The Wolf Pack is on the Rise
Similar styles may work well together, but that doesn't necessarily build successful outcomes. To achieve performance improvement we must focus on recruiting to strengthen DISC development areas.
How Managers Are Hiring
Attracting, motivating, and managing Millennials requires more than sprinkling employment ads with promises of fun and flexibility. Managers need to understand how this workforce group is different from previous ones.
Guest: Markku Kauppinen, president and CEO of Extended DISC North America Inc., helps executives make better decisions about their employees, teams, and
This 30 minute webinar focuses on the causes and signs of stress for different DISC-styles. More importantly, learn tips for managing stress for all styles.
DISC Styles and stress
Individuals are unique and respond differently to stress and pressure. Stress is a part of every day life. We are constantly in situations where we deal with people, changes, surprises and daily life. The topic of
Have you ever thought about or been asked, “what’s the difference between Extended DISC and DISC?”
1:00 PM – 1:30 PM CDT
Discover the many resources available in our Extended DISC Resources Webinar. Take it one step better by getting tips on how to best use them. Learn how to access written resources, power points, training exercises, the client resource web portal, and so much more!
Where to start with DISC resources
Taylor Warrick, Sales and Customer Service Manager, and Christina Bowser, Senior Trainer