Training can be fun and effective with the right tools and creative content. Some methods of learning do not work for everyone. We have created a series of training videos to ramp up the public's understanding of Extended DISC, as well as improve the quality of training sessions on DISC. In these 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.
D-style's behave in a manner that is direct, competitive, and strong willed. D-styles are task-oriented and active. D-styles communicate in a way that is blunt, and may be impatient listeners. D-styles decide quickly, but get over possible mistakes by keeping the big picture in mind. Under pressure, D-styles can be impatient and overbearing. D-styles succeed by taking risks and keeping others moving forward. This training video will give you the information you need to have a better understanding of how D-styles behave.
I-style's behave in a manner that is enthusiastic and energetic. I-styles are people-oriented and active. I-styles communicate in a way that is inspiring. I-styles make decisions based on their intuition and emotions. Under pressure, I-styles appear disorganized. I-styles succeed by being positive and generating discussion and new ideas. This training video will give you the information you need to have a better understanding of how I-styles behave.
S-style's behave in a manner that is steady and calm. S-styles are people-oriented and reserved. S-styles communicate in a way that is polite and they are patient listeners. S-styles make decisions slowly and consider the impact of their decisions on others. Under pressure, S-styles are too willing to help. S-styles succeed by being persistent and maintaining a long-term perspective. This training video will give you the information you need to have a better understanding of how S-styles behave.
C-style's behave in a manner that is systematic and cautious. C-styles are task-oriented and reserved. C-styles prefer written communication. C-styles are focused on making correct decisions. Under pressure, C-styles are perceived as nit-picky, but they are even more critical of themselves. C-styles succeed by focusing their efforts on the task at hand. This training video will give you the information you need to have a better understanding of how C-styles behave.
Extended DISC measures how we do things. How we communicate, how we lead, and how we sell. It’s something that we can never escape. It’s our true hard-wired behavioral styles. Here’s an example of how each of the 4 DISC styles might respond in an elevator example.
How are DISC styles different? A person’s DISC profile does not limit what he/she can accomplish or how successful he/she can be. It simply predicts how he/she tends and prefers to do things. Here’s an example of how each of the 4 DISC style employees might respond when they receive a call from their boss.