The social personality type, also known as an I-style, loves attention and interactions with people. They use people and communication skills to achieve success. Learn how the I-style can become more successful.
Meet Jake, the social personality type
Jake is an ideal social personality type and a very high I-style. He loves meeting, talking, socializing, and just being around people. Everyone
Unless you already know all there is to know, listen to our Interpreting DISC profiles webinar. There’s always something new to learn!
Markku Kauppinen and Christina Bowser present a general overview of interpreting DISC profiles. Have you ever wondered if you know as much as you need to when looking at DISC profiles in Extended DISC reports? Can you trust the results? Learn to read
The D-style personality type is one of the four main DISC styles. What makes this style unique from the other styles? How does a D-style become more successful?
Meet Maxine: A D-style personality type
If you were to ever meet Maxine, it wouldn't take you long to recognize he ultra competitiveness. She's a D-style personality type. Although Maxine usually greets people she meets with a smile,
Unless you already know all there is to know, please join our Interpreting DISC profiles webinar. There's always something new to learn!
Interpreting DISC Profiles webinar Wednesday, December 14th, 2016 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM CDT.
Black Friday sales, gift return lines, extended family get-togethers, work parties...stressing you out yet? Remember your holiday communication tips to get the most out of these busy times.
A brief moment to look at the downside
Enjoying the best of the holidays at work and outside of work is the ideal goal, but can also end up with its challenges. Times like these can bring stress and higher
Every person has a team communication role. Extended DISC describes each of the primary relationship roles based on a person's DISC profile.
Your primary team communication role
Don't fall into the success trap. Being successful doesn’t mean you can’t benefit from change. However, changing behavior is difficult. It takes energy to change.
Senior Trainer, Christina Bowser and Markku Kauppinen, President of Extended DISC North America, Inc., discuss how to get out of your comfort zone. People who feel they have already achieved success often have an even bigger
Being successful doesn't mean you can't benefit from change. However, changing behavior is difficult. It takes energy to change.
The webinar 'I'm Successful...Why Change? is on Wednesday, November 30th, 2016 from 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM CDT.