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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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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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Lessons Parents Teach Leaders

Posted on 2018-08-20

“As a parent, you’re compelled not by rules, but by values”

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Leading People Who Don’t Want to Follow?

Posted on 2018-07-12

5 tips to help leaders to lead unwilling followers Is a leader still a leader if there are no followers? This isn’t a riddle as much as a reality for some leaders who don’t have people willing to follow them. Is it them or me? This is the question leaders ask themselves that can bring about change and solutions. While the answer is not always clear, and both may be true in some cases (inexperienced leadership and unwilling participants) the responsibility is on the leader to get everyone on-board and excited about moving forward together in the same direction.

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5 Leaders Who Changed the World and Their DISC Style

Posted on 2018-03-28

Did you know that leadership is a skill that can be developed? History gives us examples of many prominent leaders, who not only came from different backgrounds but also had different personality traits.

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Bridge the Generation Gap at Work with “Style Flexing”

Posted on 2015-01-19

Generational differences matter in the workplace, and “style flexing” can help.

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Which DISC Personality Type is Most Suited to be a Leader?

Posted on 2014-01-17

Trick question! They all are.  

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