As I read through my DISC profile for the first time, I found myself nodding a lot, and smiling to myself. “Yep, that sounds like me,” was the thought that rang through my head.
We live in an increasingly complex world. Globalization, technology, economic shifts and changing markets have created a need for an adaptive workforce. Maintaining a clear vision for the future is essential, because in this quickly shifting environment if we do not see what
You've probably had to contend with difficult personalities, as a sales manager, from time to time. Attempting to motivate, encourage, organize, and enforce systems while juggling the needs and demands of the personalities on your staff can feel like an intricate chess game.
With the next iteration of “The Avengers” series beginning production in January of 2017, the popularity of these characters doesn’t seem to be declining anytime soon.
Those of us who are familiar with DISC theory have often pondered the answer to this question- what does DISC look like in other countries? Do groups of people in China or Poland have the same ratios of each of the DISC styles as they do in the United States? Do most of the
Personality is a complex construct. Subtle nuances, differences in environments and upbringing, and changes in circumstances can all affect how a person’s personality manifests itself. Numerous factors impact personality and, because of this, most people’s personalities are a
Dr. Bradley Smith of PeopleKeys shares advice from his years of experience working with and selling to C level executives. Part one of this two-part series can be read here.
Everybody has a little bit of each DISC personality style within them. And every individual has certain traits that are dominant within them, while other traits rarely present themselves.
Everybody has a little bit of each DISC personality style within them. And every individual has certain traits that are dominant while other traits rarely present themselves.
HR analytics and DISC vs. Myers-Briggs A recent article in Entrepreneur discussed the value and merits of personality tests as they apply to HR analytics and hiring decisions. The author laments the ubiquity of the tests, not so much for their prevalence, but for his