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Recognizing & Relating to 4 Behavioral Styles

March 11, 2018

Before you open your mouth…read this!

Rich Drinon Leadership Communication

SDS presentation-creationTo effectively connect with others it’s helpful to recognize a person’s behavioral style, and then relate to him or her accordingly.  DISC has become one of the most widely used style assessment, profile and training tools in America.  DISC is an acronym that stands for Dominant, Inspiring, Supportive and Cautious styles (Personality Insights, 2003).

This article provides a practical overview of how to recognize and relate to each of these types.   An online DISC assessment, for use in determining your style, or that of followers or employees is available from www.drinonandassociates.com

Understanding Four Behavioral Styles

Each of the four DISC styles – Dominant, Inspiring, Supportive and Cautious – has its own unique characteristics.  And, while everyone has all of the styles in their makeup, each person possesses these styles in varying degrees.  Much of the terminology in this article is derived from the Discovery Reports from Atlanta based Personality Insights…

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