Debbie Hartslief

Debbie Hartslief

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It's about more than just four styles. http://www.discprofiles.com/blog/2012/05/understanding-disc-profiles/

It's about more than just four styles. http://www.discprofiles.com/blog/2012/05/understanding-disc-profiles/

(mary kay DiSC flow chart at pinklighthouse) Use flow chart to type yourself by VOICE, WALK, FACIAL ANIMATION, EMOTIONAL EXPRESSIVENESS, POSTURE etc. DiSC personality system overlaps w/ sanguine, phlegmatic, choleric, melancholic mentioned by several of these related style system authors.corresponds: #type1/spring/sanguine=I(INSPIRING); #type2/summer/phlegmatic=S(SENSITIVE); #type3 /autumn/choleric=D(DETERMINED); #type4 /winter/melancholic=C(CONTEMPLATIVE).

(mary kay DiSC flow chart at pinklighthouse) Use flow chart to type yourself by VOICE, WALK, FACIAL ANIMATION, EMOTIONAL EXPRESSIVENESS, POSTURE etc. DiSC personality system overlaps w/ sanguine, phlegmatic, choleric, melancholic mentioned by several of these related style system authors.corresponds: #type1/spring/sanguine=I(INSPIRING); #type2/summer/phlegmatic=S(SENSITIVE); #type3 /autumn/choleric=D(DETERMINED); #type4 /winter/melancholic=C(CONTEMPLATIVE).

Training activities for developing a deeper understanding of DiSC styles, with particular attention to each style’s priorities within a team.

Training activities for developing a deeper understanding of DiSC styles, with particular attention to each style’s priorities within a team.

DISC assessment is a personality assessment tool based on the DISC personality theory of psychologist William Marston. Marston’s theory centers around four different personality traits: Dominance, Inducement, Submission, and Compliance. This theory was then developed into a personality assessment tool (personality profile test) by industrial psychologist Walter Vernon Clarke (July 26, 1905 – Jan. 1, 1978). The version used today was developed from the original assessment by John Geier

DISC assessment is a personality assessment tool based on the DISC personality theory of psychologist William Marston. Marston’s theory centers around four different personality traits: Dominance, Inducement, Submission, and Compliance. This theory was then developed into a personality assessment tool (personality profile test) by industrial psychologist Walter Vernon Clarke (July 26, 1905 – Jan. 1, 1978). The version used today was developed from the original assessment by John Geier

DISC infographic - DTS International (valuable tool for leadership development, team building, career planning, communication, recruitment/selection) #assessments #ttisi

DISC infographic - DTS International (valuable tool for leadership development, team building, career planning, communication, recruitment/selection) #assessments #ttisi