Changes in the Dominant Core Elements

Received some new research this week showing the newest array of D-I-S-C with their corresponding dominance with the population as a whole. Sorry, I know this sounds technical and it is relative to the research, however it is important for you to know this type of information. However, knowing this type of information can help…

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Beware of the Single Assessment Report

While it is true for specific assessments to identify certain traits possessed by individuals, one assessment does NOT supply you will all the information about an individuals strengths and weaknesses. So beware of over generalization when you are using only one assessment report – like a DISC report. While a DISC report will give you…

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How to Recognize a Politican – Using Motivators

I’m often asked about how the Motivator patterns can be used in evaluating talent. And, specifically how to recognize someone who is driven to perform at high levels rather than someone who is focused upon politics. In my experience there are two different patterns which tell me to look deeper into a individual’s true drive.…

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Reading the Intensity on Workplace Motivators

Determining the impact of intensity levels of the workplace motivators has been a common question by users of the workplace motivators. And, there are two methods used to determine the patterns, intensity and impact of the six workplace motivators on human performance. This video was prepared to answer the question, “How do I read the…

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Low DISC scores tell the Rest of the Story

Every week I run into a person who either trains the DISC model or has been trained on a DISC model – that have only looked at the high factors in the scores. What a mistake. Low DISC element scores can tell more about a person than the high side scores. Okay, for some of…

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DISC is Under-Utilized

News flash! Most organizations do not know the power or overall usefulness of the DISC reports. This statement is true and has been proved true well corporate champions suddenly wake up and see the power of these proven and simple reports. Most organizations use the DISC reports as an opening exercise, share some insight into…

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Adapt or Flex – Using the Right Word for Understanding

Recently, I was listening to several people talk about making their style match other people’s styles. Then I noticed the use of Adapt or adapting in one explanation and then using the word – flex – to describe the same situation. It is time to understand the difference between these words, what they mean and…

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