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Comparing Workplace and Management Profiles

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Comparing Workplace and Management Profiles

  1. 1. Everything DiSC® Workplace and Management Profiles A COMPARISON DiSC ® is a registered trademark of John Wiley & Sons.
  2. 2. 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.
  3. 3. Similar overview of your style
  4. 4. Difference in reports CREATE MORE EFFECTIVE AND PRODUCTIVE WORKING RELATIONSHIPS IMPROVE MANAGEMENT SKILLS AND FLEXIBILITY
  5. 5. Priorities: difference in emphasis WORKPLACE MANAGEMENT
  6. 6. Your style and workplace experience ◦ What motivate you? ◦ What is stressful for you? Workplace explores Pages 3 - 6
  7. 7. What is the motivation for their behavior? Understanding how you react to other styles Pages 8 - 11
  8. 8. Examples: When trying to connect with an S When problems need to be solved When things get tense Strategies to increase your effectiveness Pages 12 - 15
  9. 9. 3 key strategies that might help you work more effectively with all the people in your workplace Increase your workplace effectiveness Page 16
  10. 10. Style Index: all 12 styles Pages 17 -20
  11. 11. How your priorities shape your management experience Motivators – what you enjoy about managing Stressors – what drains your energy Your directing and delegating style Management explores Pages 3 - 7
  12. 12. Insight into other four styles Examples: 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 Managing others Pages 8 - 11
  13. 13. Learn the motivational needs of each style Examples: What demotivates the S style? How to create a motivating environment for the S style Best ways to recognize and reward the S style Motivating others Pages 12 - 16
  14. 14. Developing others Your development approach Obstacles and strategies in the development process for each style Management Pages 17 - 21
  15. 15. How your manager sees you Working with managers of each style: ◦ Their priorities and preferences ◦ Advocating and getting buy-in ◦ Dealing with conflict Management Pages 22 - 26 ®
  16. 16. Learn more Everything DiSC® Workplace Quick Start Package Everything DiSC® Management Quick Start Package

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