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Understanding and Identifying the High Individualistic Motivator

Week Five: High Individualistic  “Better one day as a lion than a hundred as a sheep.” – Italian Proverb Listen For References To: Leadership Being the best Drive for influence over others Games like Chess Passions: Forming strategic alliances Leading others Planning and carrying out a winning strategy Overextensions: Position of self may be more […]

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Understanding and Identifying the High Social Motivator

Week Four: High Social  “Shared joy is double joy; shared sorrow is half a sorrow.” – Swedish Proverb Listen For References To: Charity and community activities, volunteerism “Others before self” Games like Charades Passions: To eliminate hate and conflict Generosity of time, talents, and resources in order to make a difference Overextensions: When focused so […]

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Understanding and Identifying the High Aesthetic Motivator

Week Three: High Aesthetic  “A picture is worth a thousand words.” – English Proverb Listen For References To: Nature The Arts – Music, dance, painting Personal development Work/life balance The finer things in life Passions: Appreciation of harmony and beauty Creative expression Understanding self and others Overextensions: Excessive striving for their perception of perfection/beauty May […]

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Understanding and Identifying the High Utilitarian Motivator

Week Two: High Utilitarian  “A penny saved is a penny gained.” -Chinese Proverb  Listen For References To: Entrepreneurial endeavors Investment or saving strategies Games like Monopoly and Risk Return on investment Passions: Practicality in all areas of life Creative appreciation of resources, saving money Capitalism Overextensions: Workaholic Little concern for others Stressors: Wasted resources, time, […]

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Understanding and Identifying the High Theoretical Motivator

Understanding and being able to identify a person’s DISC Behavioral Style is important but only a piece of the puzzle. It is important to be able to understand a person’s motivators as well because they are what drives a person and fuels their actions. Over the next six weeks we will go over the six […]

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Nonverbal Behavioral Style Clues: Sitting Styles

We have gone over clues to understanding different DISC behavioral styles by observing the way a person walks and the way a person stands. For the third and final week, we will go over posture and positioning when sitting and what this might reveal about a person’s behavior. Week Three: Sitting Styles   High Dominance  Clues: Prefers […]

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Nonverbal Behavioral Style Clues: Standing Styles

Paying attention and understanding nonverbal behavioral style clues is the first step into increasing your understanding of others in your personal and professional life. Last week we discussed the clues to look for when determining a person’s DISC style while observing the way they walk. This week, you will learn to decipher a person’s DISC […]

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Nonverbal Behavioral Style Clues: Walking Styles

Understanding other people’s behavioral style is important if we want to win friends, influence more people, and communicate effectively. Since you won’t have access to a behavioral profile on most people with whom you interact, learning to read nonverbal clues is vital.  Although our range of observation is wide, if we do not know what […]

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