Are You Seeing the Tendencies of DISC by Positions

One of the first things I began to notice early on using the DISC model were the tendencies of specific patterns gravitating to specific positions. While at first it was only interesting, as I looked closer, the reality was quite simple. People naturally gravitate to positions which utilize their natural strengths. In fact, these people…

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Using DISC to Discover – Introvert or Extrovert?

One of the most interesting elements of behavior is whether a person is an introvert or extrovert? So does DISC help determine if a person is an introvert or extrovert? Well, yes the DISC graphs tell the real story – if you know what you are looking for on the graph. The Core Element used…

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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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Identify Stress using DISC

Stress in individuals can be seen in three ways using a DISC assessment. It is important for an individual to understand the importance of recognizing the three methods for recognizing stress and knowing what to do based upon the signal in the graphs. There are three signs or signals that stress is a high probability…

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How to Instruct a Repeat User of DISC

Frequently I get a question from either a client or a participant who is taking the DISC assessment – I’ve taken this before and taken a class on DISC and how it works – so how do I do it again and get a true reading in my report? The key for a repeat user…

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Stop Using Graph Three Now!

As an old DISC user, I have run across situations whereby a “certified DISC trainer” was using the Graph Three information to coach or teach DISC to people. BAD  DISC  TRAINER! 🙂 (Interesting question – who certifies the person who certifies others? ) This is one of the things that makes our life interesting –…

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