September 2016

September 22: Extended DISC Training Videos Webinar

DISC Training Videos Webinar

Join our Extended DISC Training Videos webinar to preview our newest resource to creatively ramp up your client's and audience's understanding of DISC. Training can be fun and effective with the right tools and creative content. Some methods of learning do not work for everyone. In these DISC training videos you will learn key information on the four DISC Styles and the importance of DISC assessments towards everyday life. With these tools you can become one step closer in identifying the styles of others, and modify your behavior to improve communication. Learn how videos can also enhance the quality of your training sessions. See below on how to register for the Extended DISC Training Videos Webinar!


September 2016

Finnish National Basketball Team Surpass Comfort Zone With DISC

Finland's National Basketball Team and Extended DISC start their 2nd decade of successful collaboration. A decade ago, the Finnish men's team was not even globally ranked. Now, a part of being ranked 32 in the world, can be attributed to incorporating DISC tools into improving team communication and interactions. More and more sports teams get out of their comfort zones and achieve better results with DISC Assessments.


August 2016

Webinar: Extended DISC vs. DISC

Did you know that not all DISC tools measure the same things? Join for this 30 minute webinar on the differences between Extended DISC and other DISC tools.


February 2016

Asking the Active Questions to Modify Your DISC-Style

Marshall offers a simple solution to successfully modifying our style by utilizing daily self-monitoring, “active” questions. Active questions measure our effort instead of focusing on our results. The beauty of these active questions is that they will help anyone get better at almost anything. They make us take responsibility for our own behaviors because the questions always begin with, “Did I do my best to…” You simply rate yourself based on your effort for that day. I like to use a 0-10 scale, but pick the one that works for you.