Better understand your default personality style and how to play to your strengths.
Are you repeating the same people issues at work?
If you keep hiring employees who consistently fail to report to work, do incomplete work, or even become belligerent when you point out their errors, you might be unconsciously re-creating these situations. Likewise, if you keep working for people who disrespect you, your brain might be to blame.
As Frederick Lenz put it, “Life is more or less the same wherever you go, because, wherever you go, there you are.” Every time you look in the mirror, you will see yourself looking back.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could see your unconscious thought patterns as easily?
Your DISC profile can throw some light in those dark corners.
Don’t give up on your goals because of others’ behaviors
It might look like all employees or bosses are difficult. That’s not necessarily true. In its attempts to keep you safe, your brain plays tricks on you. Recognizing how your personality type(s) and others typically work together will help calm your amygdala and get that tricky brain of yours under control.
Your DISC Profile will identify:
- Your default behaviors under stress
- How you think you need to appear for others
- How you see yourself
In the review, we will discuss how your primary personality style tends to work well and conflict with other personality styles. You’ll discover how to communicate more effectively with people who approach tasks, people, and life differently than you do. You’ll learn to address their deepest fears and focus on the details that matter most to them, so you can both work from your strengths.
What to expect
Once you’ve paid your $100.00 fee, I’ll send you a link and a one-time code for you to complete the assessment. After you’ve logged in there, you will be guided through a series of questions. I recommend that you go with your first answer. Don’t try to anticipate the “correct” answers. There aren’t any. You aren’t being judged or scored. We’re just trying to identify the default behaviors that are creating obstacles for you.
A copy of your report will be emailed to me immediately after you finish. I will then reach out with a few dates and times for us to review your results.
During our review of your DISC profile, we will discuss:
- Your biggest challenge right now
- Your profile and how you might overcome that challenge
- Any surprises, questions, or concerns about your profile
Approximately one week after our review, I’ll reach out to see how you are doing with your action plan. If you aren’t taking action, I’ll give you some options for moving forward. Sometimes I recommend coaching. Other times, I refer clients to books, courses, and other experts. We will design something that works for you right now.
Stay on PARR: Plan, Act, Revise, and Repeat, until you get the results you want.
This was so much more valuable than I expected. I’ve done a lot of assessments, but talking with you through this is helping me see that I don’t have to change who I am. I can just try some new actions in some situations. ~ G.M., Small Business Owner, NY
After poring over the DISC results again, it was as if a light shone through the darkness…I cannot explain how much this whole process has meant to me, and you helped me through it…I am so grateful for you and your expertise. ~ T.B., Educator, Switzerland