Manage Different DISC Styles

DISC is a universal language of HOW you do what you do. Or how you act or react during conversations with other people. It’s important for managers to understand each employee’s DISC so they can manage different DISC styles with ease.

How can...

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Working from Home

DISCover your work from home style.

If you have suddenly found yourself Working from Home, or you happen to be a WFH veteran, the free Work from Home report will help you dissolve barriers, create appropriate boundaries and keep you on track to...

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Words Matter for Effective Communication

We use between 2,000 and 20,000 words a day on average. It’s no wonder that some conversations have happy outcomes and others not so hot outcomes. If we aren’t careful about some of the words we use in conversations with others there could be a...

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Hiring Talent Outside Your Box

A recent talent magazine article encourages the reader to ‘Find Talent Outside the Box’ It goes on to state that because of the talent shortage companies are starting to be open to hiring talent without specific industry experience.


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Does the Job Fit?

Your company has an open position. You have interviewed many people and had several rounds of vetting their skills. You think you are ready to make an offer to one of these candidates.

Stop and ask yourself: Does the person fit the job?

The only...

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EQ, Me and You

There are so many interesting aspects to Emotional Intelligence (EQ). When I first started learning about EQ I was skeptical as most of you may be. However, as I started to dig more into what EQ is all about and how a higher EQ can help one not...

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Assessments and the Performance Review

I should have titled this post:  Beauty and the Beast. Beauty; if you use assessments during (what is perceived as) the Beast of a performance review process things will go a whole lot smoother.

There are many different types of assessments that...

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Identify Your Future Leaders

As the war for talent continues, it makes more sense for companies to spend time developing their future leaders instead of bringing them in from the outside.

You may be a future leader if:

1. You have vision: If you have vision you can inspire...

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