Harnessing the Strengths of the Reserved Leader

We may perceive different styles of leadership as better or worse. Is that a true statement? Let's talk about how DISC helps us understand leadership styles. Specifically, let's focus on reserved leaders.


What Are Your Leadership Blind Spots?

You can still have leadership blind spots; despite your best efforts. Can you recognize them?


How to Avoid Giving Meaningless Feedback

Feedback is essential to your employees' productivity and development...when it's meaningful, that is.


Are Your Activities Supporting Your Team DISC Sessions?

Team activities energize DISC sessions, but they also have an important purpose.


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.


How DISC Prevents Your Energy Drain

We've all walked in our front door and said, "What a day! I am wiped!" You can have less of those days by understanding how DISC identifies your energy drains.


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?


Working from Home: Using your strengths and finding your motivators

You're likely reading this from home instead of your normal workplace. Learn how DISC helps you take on these sudden changes and new challenges.


How Can DISC Prepare Your Workplace for Gen Z?


Gen Zs are entering the workforce. Are you prepared for this newest generation?

Is Gen Z Real?

We've all heard of millennials. But who is Gen Z? Well, Gen Z is the generation right after millennials. And, it may surprise you to know they have started entering the workforce. Data suggests that by 2020 this generation will outnumber the millennials. They will make up 40% of the working and

Discovering How Not to Overuse Your Strengths

The strengths of your DISC-style can hinder your success. Learn skills to capitalize on your style’s strengths while working on your development areas.

Don't Overuse Your Strengths