DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated DS Pattern

Elevated DS Pattern

Individuals who have Elevated Dominance and Steadiness factors (and comparatively lower I and C) generally exhibit these tendencies: Anyone well versed in DISC methodologies – especially DISC practitioners – will find that the elevated dominance and steadiness pattern is fairly uncommon in the general population. When it does occur, it is important to understand that…

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Invest In Your Employees!

Invest in your employees

Invest In Your Employees Now… Thank Us Later. Companies looking to grow must invest in training their employees now more than ever! With the emergence of smartphones, social media, and online reviews companies simply can’t afford not to. One disgruntled customer. One product launch delay. Or one bad PR move can be the difference between…

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