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Same or similar cornerstone principals
All DiSC styles are equally valuable.
Your work / management style is also influenced by other
factors such as life experiences, education, maturity.
Understanding yourself better is the first step to becoming
more effective when working with others / with your
employees and your manager.
How your priorities shape your management
Motivators – what you enjoy about managing
Stressors – what drains your energy
Your directing and delegating style
Pages 3 - 7
Insight into other four styles
How does the D style like to work?
Potential problems when working together
How to be effective with the D style
◦ If they are less experienced
◦ If they are more experienced
Pages 8 - 11
Learn the motivational needs of each style
What demotivates the S style?
How to create a motivating environment for the
Best ways to recognize and reward the S style
Pages 12 - 16
Your development approach
Obstacles and strategies in the development
process for each style
Pages 17 - 21
How your manager sees you
Working with managers of each style:
◦ Their priorities and preferences
◦ Advocating and getting buy-in
◦ Dealing with conflict
Pages 22 - 26