5 Tips to Managing Client Pushback on DISC Results

5 tips to manage client pushback on DISC Results

Your client says, 'That's not me!' How prepared are you when they question their DISC results?

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Common Mistakes DISC Styles Make

I know. You're thinking, mistakes and DISC styles? Aren't you supposed to focus on the positive and the benefits each DISC style bring to our lives, teams, and organizations? Yes, of course you are supposed to do that! However, sometimes I gravitate toward the negative.

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Am I Rude? Am I Stubborn? Why Do People Misinterpret My Intentions?!

Our biases can cloud how we view the actions of others and can cause us to misinterpret their original intent.

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Making Emails, Phone Calls, and Virtual Meetings Less Frustrating

Remember those frustrating emails flying back in forth with no end in sight? Why don't they understand what I am trying to say?

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Are You Taking Care of Yourself?

Help! I'm overwhelmed!

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Owning Your Strengths and Taking on Your Challenges!

Are you a successful person who owns your behavioral strengths and doesn't ignore your development areas?

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Ask Extended DISC: Answering Commonly Asked Questions

What are some of the most commonly asked questions about DISC?

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Key Benefits of Knowing DISC During Uncertain Times

Presently, many of us are being asked to change our habits.

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Are the Tasks You're Avoiding Related to Your DISC Style?

Avoiding tasks procrastination comic

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

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Don't Let Misconceptions Cloud Your Judgment

Hands-Holding-paper cuto out perception

Preconceived views about others enable us to make quicker decisions in our interactions, but can also end up clouding our judgment.

When our misguided views transition into strong biases, it can end up inhibiting our ability to interact well with others. These limiting beliefs end up clouding our judgment. We begin to view others in an overly positive or negative way. Our own behaviors

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