This cast describes two simple communication behaviors to help determine roughly what someone's DISC profile might be.
We get lots of questions about DISC profiles when we provide them to clients or at conferences. Those of you who have taken the DISC behavioral profile know why - it's amazingly accurate, and it's not about personality.
Knowing your own behavioral tendencies is helpful when working, either by yourself or with others. A core technique we teach at our ECC conference is how to analyze others' behaviors. If you don't know someone's profile (they haven't taken it or shared it), it's still not that difficult to determine their primary tendency enough to be able to significantly reduce the chances of miscommunication and conflict with them.
So what are a couple of simple behaviors we can look for that help us communicate with others?
This Cast Answers These Questions
- What is communication?
- How do I work out what someone's DISC profile is
- What should I look for to decide someone's DISC profile?
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