Diverse groups can create bonds and friendships that go beyond communicating in their native language.
Olympic Athletes Show Us How to Communicate
In this 30 minute webinar you will discover how overusing strengths of your DISC-style can hinder your success. Learn skills to capitalize on your behavioral style while improving on your development areas.
Don’t Overuse Your Strengths
Markku Kauppinen, CEO and Christina Bowser, Senior Trainer at Extended DISC North America Inc. sit down to talk about how overusing strengths of our DISC
Valid behavioral assessments in under 10 minutes
DISC is a suite of scientifically validated online assessments used by thousands of organizations worldwide. When a respondent takes our online questionnaire, the process lasts about ten minutes. During the questionnaire process, respondents answer 24 questions about themselves on their personality or behavior. The questionnaire forces
Introducing the DISC Style Charts
While we will continue to offer the Extended DISC Profiles and Diamond, we are happy to introduce a simple and new illustration of an individual’s styles: The DISC Style Charts.
Markku Kauppinen, President and CEO of Extended DISC NA, Inc. and Christina Bowser, Senior Trainer, will share 4 strategies for success for Managers who work with Millennials.
On Wednesday, July 13, 2016 from 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM CDT
Have you ever of thought of cars in terms of DISC styles?
Imagine the commanding Mercedes S600 sedan, with its powerful image of strength, control and authority.
DISC sessions are often fun and helpful. However, DISC must be used in daily practice in order to provide real value to an organization.
Why is this topic so important?
Markku Kauppinen, President and CEO of Extended DISC NA, Inc. and Christina Bowser, Senior Trainer, share simple, yet powerful ideas on building DISC into the culture of your organization.
Have you ever been called “strong-willed, impulsive, amiable, or logical?”
It is understanding that gives us an ability to have peace. When we understand the other fellow’s viewpoint, and he understands ours, then we can sit down and work out our differences.
No matter what our DISC-style is, we have an instinctive tendency to want to prove people are wrong and that we are right.
How we do this depends on our DISC-Profile. D-styles are likely to be direct and will challenge the other person. I-styles may tell one of their stories to illustrate they are right. S-styles make up for their modest approach with persistency. C-styles have lots of