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Interpreting the Extended DISC® Diamond

The Extended DISC® Diamond is a powerful behavioral map for analyzing and predicting how we prefer to do things.

What is the Extended DISC® Diamond?

The Extended DISC® Diamond is based on the Four Quadrant Model which identifies four behavioral traits, D-style, I-style, S-style, and C-style. Each of the different combinations of the 4 behavioral traits has a position on the Diamond.

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Capitalizing on Your Leadership Strengths

Are you taking advantage of your leadership strengths to communicate, influence, and motivate your team members?

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Tips for Using the 'At a Glance' Section

The Extended DISC® Assessment's 'At a Glance' section provides a brief visual overview of your client's behavioral style and much more.

The Extended DISC® Assessment's 'At a Glance' section provides a narrative description of your client's typical behaviors as seen by others. Think of it as an introduction to their behavioral style by visually describing their most typical and natural

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Identifying DISC Styles Virtually

How often would you say your interactions occur face-to-face versus emails and phone calls?

Face-to-face communication has given way to other forms of daily interactions. Virtual communication refers to our interactions when they are not face-to-face. We commonly use webcams, voicemails, and emails to connect in our workplace and personal lives. Connecting virtually is a fact of today's

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Road Trip: Are You Prepared?

Road trips can be a trip of a lifetime or an epic nightmare. How can DISC help tip it to the right side?

Some of you may remember seeing the movie, National Lampoon's Vacation. It follows the misadventures of the Griswold family as they take a cross-country road trip to Wally World. The Griswold family had an abundance of hilarious disasters and crazy predicaments. Of course, movie magic makes

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SHRM Recertification and DISC

How can Extended DISC help your SHRM recertification?

Has the deadline rolled around again for submitting your 60 SHRM recertification units? The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) requires recertification every 3 years. Some SHRM competency-based certifications require annual submission.

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Is Your Sales Excuse Index Better than Average?

How much time do you and your salespeople spend on sales related activities?

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Helping New Managers Succeed

Becoming a new manager is one of the most exciting and challenging transitions in a career - so, how do we keep the momentum going forward?

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Skip This if Your Team is Pressure Free

Each of our team members perform and relate to others differently under pressure. DISC helps them predict and prepare for more successful outcomes.

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Helping Your Clients Avoid the Success Trap

People who feel they've achieved success often face a challenge called the Success Trap.

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