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Click to edit Master subtitle style DISC Author: Dr. Arnold Athletic Academic Coordinator Grand Valley State University Edited: Heather Peddie
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DISC § Behavioral Assessment § Object: Increase Self-Awareness § Powerful Behavior Model Tool
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What will you learn? § Your own style (behavior pattern) § About other peoples’ styles § How to shift our behavior to be more effective with others § Anyone use this before?
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DiSC Behavioral Assessment read self others flex
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Core Principles § All people are motivated. § What motivates them is different. § People do things to meet their needs, not yours.
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Ponder § Strengths overused can become weaknesses?
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Keep in mind § This is not a test § You can not pass or fail § There are no right or wrong answers
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To Get Started § Write your name and date on the cover. § Identify your focus and write it on the cover. -Think about your role as a leader at work/school.
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Response Page Most Least Enthusiastic Daring
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Complete Response Page Choose one most and one least in each of the 28 groups Ok, START
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Count and Record § Turn to page 5 § See Tally Box in lower right corner § Count in the most column the number of Z s N s § Place in designated tally box § Repeat same steps with the least column
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Tally Box § Each column must total 28. § Determine the difference. § Record that number in the 3rd column. § Do you see the letters, “D”, “I”, “S”, “C” in the left hand corner of the Tally Box columns? § Transfer the numbers from the third column, the DIFFERENCE, to Graph III.
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§ Circle your highest plotted point § There may be two that are equal, circle both § This is your perceived behavior § What are you? § D
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