Posts by Mike Ortega

Fortune 500 Leaders: How do they do it?

Fortune 500 Leaders: How do they do it? According to British anthropologist Robin Dunbar, the average human being can only maintain a stable relationship with approximately 150 people.  This is Dunbar’s Number. In short, this is the number of people you know on an inter-personal level. It can reasonably predict how they will interact with others…

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5 Traits of a Successful Leader

5 Traits of Being a Successful Leader

What is a “Successful leader” and what traits do these leaders have in common? People in leadership positions often seek out the “secret sauce” or “common traits” of a “Successful leader”. The goal is to figure out what these leaders say and do and to model those behaviors while still keeping your own style. Think about…

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New Boss… New Problems

New Boss…New Problems We have all been there… You get a new boss and everything changes. In some cases, it is a welcomed change with a new leader with great leadership skills who inspires you to be better. Often times, however, it is a nightmare of stress and heartache. We are creatures of habit, and…

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Make Better Decisions Now

rational decision making process

How to Make Better Decisions Starting Today! Did you know that the average person makes a minimum of five decisions per minute when engaged in thought? Add up the number of minutes in the typical eight hour work day, and you are at 480 minutes. This potentially could translate into 2,400 decisions we make each…

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DISC assessments improve customer service

DISC Profiles, DISC assessments improve customer service

Did you know? DISC Assessments improve customer service! According to British anthropologist Robin Dunbar, the average human being can only maintain a stable relationship with approximately 150 people. This is referred to as Dunbar’s Number. In short, this is the number of people you know on an inter-personal level and can reasonably predict how they…

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Updated DISC Reports!

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Indaba Global is proud to present our newly updated DISC Reports! You gave us feedback, and we listened. Our new updated DISC reports include a “What is DISC” page at the beginning of our reports, an upgraded Sub-Factor section, and an improved 3rd Party Feedback section.  These upgrades will answer common questions we have received over the…

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How to Sell DISC – For Coaches

Sell DISC Assessments

Many coaches are trained in DISC. They understand how to sell DISC assessments. However many are unsure of how to implement! Indaba makes the entire process easy. With no minimum purchase requirements. Coaches can sell DISC to 1 person or a large group of people. They are able to calculate their cost instantly.  Please see…

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Online Hiring DISC Assessment – NEW

Online Hiring DISC Assessment

DISC for Hiring Everyone wants the best employees! You want to attract the best and brightest. During the recruitment and hiring process, it is important to not only look at the candidate’s performance in school/on the job. It is also important to look at their behavior! Are they aware of how they behave? Do they know…

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