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What is your DISC Super Bowl Style?

Posted on 2019-01-31

The Big Game is just around the corner! This Sunday afternoon a large part of all Americans, and of course other parts of the world, will be excited for the Super Bowl. This is not just an ordinary game for many, but considered to be the “Game of Games” that comes along with expectation, frenzy, determination and a ton of forecasts. Different people will react in a variety of ways to this once-a-year event. If you have friends whose behavior during The Big Game amazes you, then you should know their reactions are deeply encoded into their personality traits.

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5 ways to develop top talent with DISC

Posted on 2019-01-31

According to Sandy Kulkin, CEO and Founder of PeopleKeys, “People are different, but they’re predictably different.” They’re different in the ways they carry themselves, the ways they are motivated, how they interact with others, how they deal with stress, and even how they seal the deal. But on the other end of the spectrum, the various personality types have been prewired in our systems from the time we were born through our years of “adulting.” The experiences we encountered in childhood tend to dictate how we deal with stress, and our trust in others will come from the adversity we have faced over our lifetime.

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Benchmark performance for sales excellence with DISC

Posted on 2019-01-29

You’ve implemented various strategies, utilizing DISC methods for sales, leadership, and predictive hiring – but, now what? How do we gage our performance and determine the results of our efforts? How do we use these results to improve our business over time?

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Can you predict the success of your sales team?

Posted on 2019-01-29

You may be surprised but the truth is that anyone can be successful at sales and you can certainly predict a sales team’s effectiveness. It may not happen naturally or overnight… It takes is a little bit of awareness, training, and willingness to adapt to other personas. While some personalities are natural-born influencers, even the most driven sales professional will run into clients who are difficult to read and a little rough around the edges.

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Top 5 reasons why sales employees quit

Posted on 2019-01-29

The hiring manager is often undervalued, because the recruitment process is so complex. Not many realize what it takes to find qualified talent or how to develop a meaningful hiring process that proves itself over time. Likewise, Human Resources can also go unappreciated for their role in employee retention and/or turnover ratios. Yet, together, these two forces make all the difference in the world.

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Improve your communication with DISC

Posted on 2019-01-24

Dr. William Marston developed his DISC theory while at Harvard University as a method of identifying major human personality traits and translating them into predictable behaviors. It is true that people can be predictable, but they are also predictably different. Being able to read through their personality differences is a key to good communication and building successful relationships, partnerships, families… Have you determined your DISC personality, yet? If not, the DISC Personality Profile will take you about 10 minutes to complete and get a full report of your combined personality style.

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Leadership and active listening with DISC

Posted on 2019-01-17

Active listening is an interpersonal skill that every top professional needs. No matter if you are a business professional, sales person, executive coach or business consultant, active listening is an essential part of utilizing your knowledge of human behavior. It allows us to take both verbal and non-verbal cues from clients and begin to understand their every need.

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What you need to know about Gen Z?

Posted on 2019-01-14

No matter the size of the company you’re operating, you will never do everything by yourself and will always depend upon people you hire. The saying that people are the most valuable asset of any business has proven its validity over time. Every business owner will rely on their employees to grow their company, so knowing your employees from different perspectives is always important.

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How to recognize DISC styles according to their goals

Posted on 2019-01-14

It has become somewhat of a tradition for people all around the world to make New Year’s resolutions or use the beginning of the year in order to motivate and challenge themselves for the months to come. Research shows that about 45% of the US population make at least one resolution, but sadly only 4% are still committed to their resolution by the end of the year. Setting goals is a positive approach to growth, so it is a good thing to set a lot of big and crazy goals, as well as some smaller and easier ones to accomplish. It’s really interesting to examine how people with different DISC types of personality arrange their list of goals and how to recognize their personality based on their aspirations.

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Using DISC for building global markets, part 3

Posted on 2019-01-13

Continuing our series on global expansion by utilizing DISC, we already reviewed the importance of DISC for strategic planning and applying behavioral analysis for hiring and teambuilding in part 1, and focused on some strengths of the different personality styles for business development in part 2. In addition, we must understand that some countries are more family-oriented than others. These cultures may be friendlier, ambitious and centered on people. Other cultures can be more impersonal – especially in business. They want to know numbers, there is very little eye contact and they can be somewhat aggressive. Short and to-the-point, we need someone to present them with the facts, while onboarding them for ongoing business initiatives. In addition, see also How do DISC styles vary by country.

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