DISC patterns are more important
Keep hearing people who teach the DISC material talk about the high this or the low that – well, this is close to the truth. It is the patterns and combinations that a more important than just a high factor. Yet, everyday people get labeled as a high D, high I, high S or a High C. It then appears that the other factors or elements have no effect upon a person’s behavior.
Let me be perfectly clear on this point – due to the intensity levels and the combinations of highs and lows – a person’s behavior will change when compared to others. Now this is not even taking into consideration the effect of personal motivators or the levels of personal skills that can impact a person’s performance and results.
Let’s get back to the subject of patterns – a presenter or facilitator of DISC needs to understand how the patterns of the DISC work and influence a person’s “unique behavioral traits.” If you can not do this, then you really need to learn more about the DISC elements. There are self-study manuals and CD’s available to learn more about the combination effect. There is a Great reference book – “The Universal Language of DISC” which is a must read for instructors and managers. Or attend a Train the Trainer session and study to get certification on DISC – you will learn about the patterns.
If you want to learn more about the patterns of DISC, contact our offices at 901-757-4434. We offer the tools for you to learn just how important and useful the DISC assessments are and how to use them. If you don’t know about DISC – well, it is time to learn and know. It is a proven and trusted tool for personal behavior.
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