DISC Platinum Rule� Assessment and Workplace Observation Discussion

DISC Platinum Rule� Assessment and Workplace Observation Discussion

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DISC PLATINUM RULE™ ASSESSMENT AND WORKPLACE 1 DISC Platinum Rule™ Assessment and Workplace Observation Discussion David Miller, Kristen Drew, Laura Wadell and Mary Jo Perez-Brown January 17, 2011 Dr. Kathleen Bates
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DISC PLATINUM RULE™ ASSESSMENT AND WORKPLACE 2 DISC Platinum Rule™ Assessment and Workplace Observation Discussion Assessments during an interview or part of a hiring process are becoming more common at the workplace. This helps the employer make a better selection as to which candidate best fits the job. Many organizations also use assessments to develop action plans to manage diversity. The United States is a melting pot for many cultures and ethnicities which is why it is so important for any organization to understand each and every one of its employees. By knowing the employee’s organizational behavior, the organization will be able to place its employees where they can be more productive and efficient while continuing to stay satisfied and motivated. The following is a discussion of four classmates and the results of their DISC Platinum Rule™ Assessment. David Miller David’s individual predominant behavioral style is classified as "The Steadiness Style". This style says he is warm, supportive, and nurturing. He is a very people oriented, good listener, and a fierce and loyal friend. He has always been able to relate to just about anyone, and this report confirms that. People that have the steadiness style are supposed to tolerate unpleasant behavior rather than risk change, and the assessment results rings true in his life. Although this report claims that he strives to maintain composure, balance, and stability, and balance, it has been a real challenge for him personally. He is courteous, friendly, and willing to share responsibilities at the workplace. The steadiness style claims that right on point. Although many are considered good planners, he feels he is not. He is, however, a persistent worker and always completes his tasks. He has issues with quick decision making and securities, both of which are consistent with the
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course MGT 307 taught by Professor Delgado during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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