Posts Tagged ‘behavior assessment’

DISC Report Debrief

Today we are going to walk you thru a sample DISC report, but before we get started, it is important to note that no one person or company owns DISC. DISC is based on research and theories and has been adapted over time. Indaba Global Coaching Founder and Owner Hellen Davis created her own version…

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DISC Assessment – Dial Up your Compliance

Dial up compliance

As you learn how to dial up your compliance factor, you will enhance your ability to follow guidelines to keep you on track, organized, and form cooperative relationships. Immediate Steps: We have come up with several steps that will help you work towards dialing up your compliance factor. These steps come both at the immediate…

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DISC Assessment – Dial Up Steadiness

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

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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DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated D Pattern

Elevated D

Individuals who have an elevated score in dominance generally exhibit extrovert and controlling types of tendencies: They are usually a combination of independence, efficiency, and self-motivation characteristics. Elevated D Personalities are driven to achieve, love getting results, and are determined to find success. Often, the Elevated D individual will break established rules and guidelines if…

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