“S’ Style

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The “S” stands for Steadiness. You need to understand the priorities of your S style members in order to get the best and work effectively with them. Priorities of S are giving support, maintaining stability, and enjoying collaboration. People with … Read More

i Style Contributors

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i stands for Influence—getting the best out of your i style team members starts with fully understanding their strengths and their priorities: Enthusiasm, Collaboration and Optimism

Giving Constructive Feedback

Feedback is an essential element for everyone in an organization’s workforce. The importance of providing feedback cannot be overstated. As a manager or supervisor, the feedback that you give your staff will let them know where they are and where to go next in terms of expectations and goals – yours, their own, and the organization’s.

D Style Contributors

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D stands for Dominance—getting the best out of your D style team members starts with fully understanding their strengths and their priorities: Results, Action and Challenge.

Adapting Your Behavior to Build Stronger Relationships

Taking an Everything DiSC assessment teaches you how to be more adaptable. It’s not meant to label or pigeon hole people but instead will help you to adapt and do something different when the situation calls for it. Everything DiSC can help us learn about ourselves and other people that make it easier to communicate effectively with others and to build more productive relationships.

What is Everything Workplace DiSC?

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The foundation of DiSC was first described by psychologist William Moulton Marston in his 1928 book, Emotions of Normal People. From his research, he theorized that the behavioral expression of emotions could be categorized into four primary types, stemming from the person’s perceptions of self in relationship to his or her environment.