When interacting with others professionally or personally, consider, that like we do, they have their strengths and they have their areas of development. We all do! If we look at others with a sense of understanding rather than blame, we’d all be better off. If we think about it, is it that they’re not doing something we think they should?
Instead, we need look within ourselves and think about how we choose to respond. If you start to think that the problem is “out there”, think twice. That thought IS the problem. We have the capacity to change ourselves and the results will be greater if we focus on that. But first, we must understand ourselves and others better.
Our signature program now incorporates the Everything DiSC® Applications Suite. Whether improving working relationships, strengthening management skills, elevating leadership impact, or tackling conflict with a new mindset, this family of learning instruments delivers insights and strategies to meet the unique needs of your people and your organizational culture. Current applications continue to be based on the DiSC® Model.
• Identify your own behavior style
• Maximize your own behavior strengths
• Increase your appreciation of all other styles
• Anticipate and minimize potential conflict situations
"Ability is what you're capable of doing.
Motivation determines what you do.
Attitude determines how well you do it." - Lou Holtz