DISC assessments can provide abundant insight into the ways employees behave and interact and what you can expect from your team. While these assessments provide useful information and can help you create a productive, harmonious and comfortable culture, they can also lead to misconceptions and even stereotyping for each DISC profile. Are all S-Style individuals happy but laid-back pushovers?
At Extended DISC we often are asked about how to identify and explain profiles. Specifically, a person's hardwired behavioral style, their perceived need to adjust behavior; and also, what happens when DISC profiles are invalid and cannot be generated?
Everyone wants to manage their time better. DISC helps increase our self-awareness by showing how we prefer to get things done. Once we are more aware of how we tend to do things, we can focus on making adjustments to be more productive.
The same insightful and powerful assessment that can provide information to help your office team perform and collaborate better can also benefit teams working in the field. DISC assessments work by providing you with details about an individual’s deeply ingrained preferences and style; whether the person in question sits behind a desk or behind the wheel of an earth mover or crane doesn’t
DISC Styles have different views of winning and success.
When DISC is used in the workplace, the focus is modifying behavior and on enhancing communication. While DISC is extremely effective for these modalities, knowing the assessment and DISC personality types of your team can also help you handle the effects of winning. For some, a big win or success is a celebration – but for others, it
The goal of using the Extended DISC's 4 Step Process is effective behavioral modification.Your success in life – both professional and personal – is determined in a very large part by how well you interact with other people. Your ability to effectively relate, communicate, influence and motivate others is a crucial skill in creating successful relationships with customers, prospects,
The onboarding process is often a missed opportunity for helping new hires succeed within organizations.
Getting new employees off to a great start is critical to their long-term success. However, each employee is unique with their different preferences. Onboarding can be challenging for many managers. Managers tend to focus more on recruiting and hiring the right people and overlook the power