What Everyone Really Wishes You Would Stop Doing Based on Your DISC Style

Everyone has their annoying little quirks. My brother used to chew so loudly he sounded like a five year old who had been given a stick of gum for the first time and is told they can chew it, but can’t swallow it. You could hear it across a room. Yeah. Disgusting.  

Tips for Dealing with a Dominant Boss

There are advantages to having different personality types in positions of authority. Each personality style brings specific assets to leadership, and every style has the potential to make an excellent boss. The I style personalities make for bosses who are capable of

Mirroring Others' DISC Types To Build Trust

If you use DISC in your business or personal life, you already know the benefits it can provide when it comes to communicating in a way others will receive more effectively. What about taking the concept one step further and extending your knowledge to include body language

If The World was Ruled by Just One DISC Style, Part 1: D Personality Style

Everybody has a little bit of each DISC personality style within them. But every individual has traits that are dominant within them, while other traits rarely present themselves. As you may know, the four styles that make up people’s personalities are D, I, S, and C.

People Analytics and the Talent Recruitment Processes of the Future

A recent Washington Post article addressed the effect of people analytics on hiring practices. According to the Post, 4500 companies have created a position for acquiring top talent using such systems for assessment since 2010.  Many of these assessments provide hiring

6 ways to benefit from your Dominant personality as a Manager

You might be a Dominant style boss if you: Enjoy being in a position of authority because it allows you to guide outcomes toward your goals Excel at making quick executive decisions Are active rather than passive Desire change and progress Try to always keep the bottom line in

In Defense of Hufflepuff and the Introvert

DISC Behavioral Analysis and the Personalities of the Hogwarts’ Houses- Part Two- In Defense of Hufflepuff and the Introvert Author J.K. Rowling recently tweeted that this was “the dawn of the age of Hufflepuff.” Over twelve thousand Hufflepuffs and non-Hufflepuffs alike

Matters of the Heart

I'm an ID. I as in interested in people and inspirational and D as in decisive and direct. I'm talkative, relational, informal, sharp, funny, egocentric, colorful, I can charm the pants of you if I find the idea entertaining enough, I will get the job done, I could

DISC Behavioral Analysis and the Personalities of the Hogwarts Houses

With pre-order sales for the latest book topping the charts in a matter of hours, a new theme park opening this month in Hollywood, and a new movie coming out in November, it is clear that Harry Potter fandom isn’t going anywhere. The series follows the classic trajectory of a

What Color is Associated with Your Personality?

We all know that the dearly-departed musician, Prince, loved the color purple. It was part of his personal branding. Purple is mysterious, androgynous, and as inextricably linked with his Princely-ness as the symbol he once went by. Purple is a color we associate with royalty,

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