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Using the Work Pair to Better Connect With Your Team Members

Managers use the Work Pair Assessment to better connect with their individual team members.

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How to Successfully Launch DISC Assessments in Your Organization

Tools come and go; in fact, many of them don't seem to have sustaining power. How can we, as DISC facilitators, create the value required to help people modify behaviors?

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What's Your Sales Excuse Index?

Selling is a tough profession. How does your Sales Excuse Index tell you if you're on top of your game?

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Driving Performance in Golf and Sales

You've been working hard on your putting game, but now you notice your driving accuracy has dropped. How can your further develop your sales competences by better understanding your golf game?

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Why The Best TV Characters Have DISC Personalities

What’s the key to a great TV show? It’s not story, score, or setting, though all of those are important. It’s the characters that truly make a show worth watching! 

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Using DISC to Become a Better Negotiator

We learn specific techniques in order to negotiate better, but we can also be more effective by modifying our behavioral style. Understanding DISC can help improve our negotiation style.

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Using Extended DISC to Improve Customer Service

Many companies fail to deliver excellent customer service and end up losing customers to competitors. How can Extended DISC tools help?

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Carol: Your C-style co-worker

We seek out our C-style co-workers when we need a problem-solver; yet their nit-pickiness can irritate us. Understanding your C-style colleagues can help you to work better with them.

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Sam: Your S-style co-worker

Our S-style co-workers are steady and dependable, but they can frustrate us with their resistance to change and indecisiveness. Can we work better with them by understanding their behavioral style?

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Ian: Your I-style co-worker

I-style co-workers create a positive work environment, but they can also frustrate us with their disorganization. How does improving our understanding of I-styles help us to work better with them?

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