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Emily Miller

Emily is the marketing manager of PeopleKeys. She's responsible to inform everyone about the latest trends and developments of our DISC products. Personality Style: CSI

Recent Posts

10 Benefits of integrating DISC training into your organization

Posted on 2019-06-18

According to Training Magazine, US training expenditures in 2018 were approximately $87.6 billion, with an average training budget for a small company being $234,850 annually. This type of spend shows that many businesses believe in the effectiveness of developing their workforce through corporate training programs. While there is some validity to the argument not all corporate training programs are effective, there is also the other side to the story in which it might not actually be the training or trainer, but how well the principles are adopted by the company and employees themselves.

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A Leader’s Guide to Conflict Resolution

Posted on 2019-05-16

No matter what kind of leader you are, there is going to come a point when you encounter some kind of conflict either between yourself and another individual or between two individuals on your team. Since we all see things from a different perspective, as a result of our own biases and personality styles, conflict is inevitable. The way you react is going to make the difference in the outcome. Here are some quick tips to keep in mind and practice for the next time you need to resolve a bad situation:

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Opposites Attract, Actually

Posted on 2019-02-11

Music artist Paula Abdul’s 1988 release, “Opposites Attract” (written by songwriter Oliver Lieber) couldn’t be more on-point in describing how two opposite personality styles really can attract. In the lyrics, it seems completely ridiculous that the two opposing personality styles of what seems to be an “I” and an “S” or “C” paired together shouldn’t repel each other (i.e. one liking to stay up late and party while the other prefers to be in bed early). However, there are many instances it couldn’t be more the case that opposite personalities actually do attract.

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Out of office messages by DISC style

Posted on 2018-12-28

Welcome to the holiday season, which is also the time of year almost every work email sent out is returned with an “out of office” reply message. While most people are still enjoying holiday cheer away from the workplace, we thought it’d be fun to explore the different types of automated messages typically set up by each personality style before they exit the office for their holiday.

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Last Minute Secret Santa Gifts Based on DISC Personality Styles

Posted on 2018-12-20

It’s that time of year when the Yuletide spirit overtakes us and we decide to engage in gift exchanges with co-workers and friends. If you’re like me, you want to select the right gift for each person. But, sometimes you need a little help choosing the right present. For those last-minute shoppers out there still pondering what to get the person who has it all, here are some small, but thoughtful gift ideas perfect for each personality style. If you’re not sure of the personality style of the person you’re gifting, learn more about how you can determine this based on observable behaviors.

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4 Ways to Improve Classroom Engagement with DISC

Posted on 2018-10-23

Setting students up to succeed within the classroom and beyond starts with student self-awareness. Everyone learns and retains information differently, and creating a more dynamic and behaviorally aware classroom by revealing the unique strengths of your students will help them capitalize on their full potential.

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Overcoming Your Fears for Career Change with DISC

Posted on 2018-09-06

Change is a challenge for most people, with fear being the main driver that holds one back. Fear can cause the bravest individual to seize up instantly, and when it comes to a career or job change fear can kick into overdrive. You might hate where you are right now and want to leave a bad job or company, or start a business on your own, but your fears take over your mind. You end up becoming your own worst enemy; caught up in a vicious cycle of self-doubt, negativity, and inevitably feeling “stuck.”

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Attracting new clients to your coaching business: Plan for Growth

Posted on 2018-08-31

Not every beginning must be hard. Attracting new clients to your coaching business can make you lose your sleep if you don’t know how to start. We, at PeopleKeys, have witnesses and supported the beginning efforts of thousands of successful coaches and want to share this expertise with you. PeopleKeys has created a Business Partner Training Program just for coaches like you that takes you step-by-step through the details of your business to help you create a winning strategy for success. So plan for growth! Set a visionary goal that stretches five years ahead and work patiently towards its achieving. After building your brand and identifying your target which we discussed in the first part of this topic, proceed to the next steps:

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Attracting new clients to your coaching business: Setting Up

Posted on 2018-08-30

As an established expert in behavioral analysis, we, at PeopleKeys, know first-hand that success doesn’t come overnight. It takes hard work, dedication, and staying true to your brand and values. Business is an up-and-down roller coaster through good and tough times. As our founder, Dr. Sandy Kulkin says, “It’s taken at least 30 years to become an instant success.” PeopleKeys is invested in helping our certified coaches and business partners succeed. So, whether you are new to the field of coaching or an expert looking for some inspiration in finding new business, here are some tips from the pros to help you get started on your path to success:

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Leadership is a learned skill

Posted on 2018-08-23

Leadership is the act of influencing a group of people toward a common goal. It is a common misconception that one cannot be a leader if he or she is not born with certain leader-like behaviors or qualities. The truth is, anyone can be a leader if they choose to develop this skill. The key lies in putting the needs of others before yourself, and committing yourself to your leadership vision.

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