DISC is a behavioral style tool that allows us to better connect and communicate with our employees and members of our team. The first person we need to know is ourselves. If our self perception is distorted then our attempts to influence others will be misguided and manipulative.
DISC History and Presuppositions
DISC has been used in some form or another as far back as 444 B.C with Empedocles. The current DISC method is attributed to William Marston. Behavior is shaped by role models, heredity and environment. DISC follows the following principles of motivation:
Understand Yourself First
Everyone has a unique personality, yet we are all “wired” in a similar way. There are two questions that need to be answered in order to understand yourself better.
The 4 temperaments are called the Model of Human Behavior. They are:
Ways DISC to benefit from using DISC
Written by: Donna Kunde
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