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What is D-I-S-C? D-styles Overview – 30 mins – Diana: Your D-style Co-worker I-styles Overview – 30 mins – Ian: Your I-style Co-worker S-styles Overview – 30 mins – Sam: Your S-style Co-worker C-styles Overview – 30 […]

Overview of C-styles

How do we identify and describe C-styles? Do you work with or know someone who tends to be more analytical and reserved; someone we’d describe as a C-style? Has it […]

Our Most Popular Support Materials

Great trainers are always looking for more ways to build engaging and interactive exercises in their DISC sessions, right? Great trainers are always looking for more ways to build engaging […]

Extended DISC Sales 18 Assessment

Sales 18 is a very practical and easy-to-use sales assessment based on the DISC-theory. However, the users do not need to understand DISC-model to use it! It calculates sales professionals’ […]

Taking the KISS Approach to DISC

You’ve likely heard of the KISS approach(Keep it Simple Stupid) to doing many things. While we’re clearly NOT stupid, we can all benefit from a more straightforward approach to using […]

Carol: Your C-style co-worker

We seek out our C-style co-workers when we need a problem-solver; yet their nit-pickiness can irritate us. Understanding your C-style colleagues can help you to work better with them.

Sam: Your S-style Co-Worker

Our S-style co-workers are steady and dependable, but they can frustrate us with their resistance to change and indecisiveness. Can we work better with them by understanding their behavioral style?

Ian: Your I-style Coworker

I-style co-workers create a positive work environment, but they can also frustrate us with their disorganization. How does improving our understanding of I-styles help us to work better with them?

Identify and Presenting DISC Profiles

At Extended DISC we often are asked about how to identify and explain profiles. Specifically, a person’s hardwired behavioral style, their perceived need to adjust behavior; and also, what happens […]

Stress Management Using DISC

How can you use DISC to manage your stress, and also help your employee’s manage stress? Managers can use DISC as a tool to identify when employees are feeling stressed; […]

DISC Profiles: Food for Thought!

Recently, I traveled to Singapore to conduct a two-day DISC certification. I love doing DISC trainings and talking about DISC profiles, but add travel and food to the agenda and […]

DISC Communication Beyond Face-to-Face

People may assume DISC only applies to face-to-face interactions. However, that would exclude using DISC in written communications and phone interactions. Luckily, it’s not true! DISC communication goes beyond face-to-face […]

5 Ways to Boost Employee Morale

Losing employees is expensive, but it also causes disruption and can lower morale for your remaining employees. The more you do to improve your workplace morale and keep your team […]

Using DISC to Help Students Succeed

Most people think of the DISC model and the different DISC styles purely as a business tool. However, students can also find value in using DISC assessments. Students need to learn skills […]

Employee Feedback Using DISC Assessments

When it comes to helping employees understand where their strengths and weaknesses are, receiving employee feedback from their managers is crucial. DISC assessments can help facilitate the process. Employee feedback can […]

William Moulton Marston and the DISC Model

William Moulton Marston was famous for several accomplishments, including the creation of the DISC Model! Popular Instagram account, ‘UberFacts‘ shared an interesting fact on the DISC Model creator, William Moulton […]

DISC Leadership Style

With the Extended DISC Leadership Assessment, understanding your DISC leadership style has become a whole lot easier! Read ‘How Leaders Can Push Employees Without Stressing Them Out‘ from Harvard Business […]

D-Styles Know How to Handle Chaos

DISC styles handle chaos differently. For some DISC styles, the ability to handle chaos may take more effort. One of the fundamental characteristics of individuals that grow successful businesses is […]

Successful DISC Training…What’s Next?

Your participants take the DISC profile assessment, complete a successful DISC training, and are now motivated to use their DISC knowledge. However, “the real world” can derail that from happening. What do you […]

KISS My DISC: Simple DISC Approach Works Best

You have most likely heard of the KISS model (Keep it Simple Stupid). While we are definitely NOT stupid, keeping it simple in the things that we do can help decrease misunderstanding and mistakes. A simple DISC approach can also increase learning and motivation.

Preferred DISC Communication Styles

Have you ever thought about how the 4 DISC types prefer to interact with you? If you can identify peoples’ preferred DISC communication styles then you have an effective tool to better interact […]

What Questions DISC Profiles Ask

We are successful because we ask all kinds of questions. However, there are certain questions DISC profiles tend to ask. A simple yet effective way to identify a person’s DISC […]

Are Millennials Really That Different?

Are Millennials really that different? How does knowing DISC tests and DISC profiles help in understanding them better? The Millennial generation is a hot trending topic. Currently, they are the largest group in […]

Jan 11th Webinar: What is DISC?

What is DISC? Overview of DISC for your workshops Wednesday, January 11th, 2017 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM CDT. Join Extended DISC senior trainers, Wilma Stephens and Christina Bowser as […]

Olympic Athletes Win Gold in Communicating

Olympic athletes remind us that communicating and understanding one another does not always require a common spoken language. Utilizing tools like DISC and making a concerted effort to use different methods of communication will make our interactions richer and more fulfilling for both parties.

DISC Neutrality and Perceptions

Have you ever been called “strong-willed, impulsive, amiable, or logical?”   It is understanding that gives us an ability to have peace.  When we understand the other fellow’s viewpoint, and he […]

Chairlift Management

Skiing was a big part of my childhood. I have great memories of spending time on the slopes with my family. While skiing is typically viewed as an individual sport, […]

Recruiting to Your Weakness

Recently I worked with a consulting firm that utilizes the information we provide to help their clients with strategy implementation. This particular client company had a common problem that we […]

The Elusive S-style

Jessica was a new co-worker and I was a newly certified DISC trainer, eager to practice my own DISC styles recognition skills. Over the next few weeks I found her […]

A Fishing Story

In the early 90’s I was a branch manager at a bank in New Orleans. Back then one of my favorite colleagues was Dave. He could make everyone laugh. A […]

Ghost Story

A Ghost Story When two people meet for the first time, we ask, “How are you?” Do we really want to know? It’s not that we are un-empathetic to the […]

DISC: More than Meets the Eye

Ask 100 salespeople, and the odds are good that at least 80 of them will insist that they “know all about” the DISC behavior assessment tool. D-style people are decisive, […]