Posts by Hellen Davis

DISC Assessment – Dial Up your Compliance

In some situations, it‟s necessary to know how to dial up your Compliance factor. This may be the case while working on a team or working individually. Knowing how to dial up your compliance factor is a skill that is necessary to be successful. The compliance factor is the behavioral link to accuracy, cooperativeness, and…

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Your First 30 Days at a New Job

Your First 30 Days at a New Job

So, you’ve just been hired on at the job of your dreams and you’re dying to make a good impression. Who could blame you? The importance of a good first impression cannot be overstated. Even beyond the critical first day, studies have shown that opinions formed within the first thirty days on a new job…

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DISC Assessment – Dial Up Steadiness

Since everyone has a bit of each of the four primary factors, it is important to understand that the mix of levels or elevations determines how much governance each of these four factors will have over your behavior. In this session, we are going to talk in depth about the Steadiness factor’s potential positive impact…

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DISC Assessment – How to Dial Up Influence

Influence is a necessary ingredient in today’s world. The Influence factor is the primary DISC factor that deals with relationships, communication, interactions, and every day we put our influencing skills to the test, whether they are working for us the way we need them to or not. Situations may come during group settings or one-on-one…

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Good Information vs Bad Gossip

Good Information vs Bad Gossip

It’s no secret that the workplace is full of office politics and gossip. This is the natural result of human interaction taking place. The bottom line is: There are so many other ways to communicate, so why would you participate in gossip? When thinking about whether or not to spread gossip, ask yourself if you…

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