No Labeling Allowed with DISC Assessments

One of the biggest complaints regarding the use of DISC assessments is the issue of labeling. This is a real issue in my opinion since it is used by the people who are more absolutist in their thought process. Meaning they see the DISC results as a tool of assign people to categories using labels…

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Using DISC as a Consulting Tool

Having a Team or Department execute DISC reports allows y0u to do some amazing consulting work. As an OD Consultant I have used the Team DISC reports to identify potential problems. What I use are the patterns of the DISC graphs especially the comparison of Graph One – the adapted style – and Graph Two…

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