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Everything DiSC versus Myers-Briggs

Everything DiSC versus Myers-Briggs

When you search “personality types” in your search engine, you will quickly find that there are many personality assessments available online. Two of the largest are the Everything DiSC Profiles and Myers-Briggs Personality Assessment.

But what are the differences between those two? Here is a breakdown that will help you to determine which test is right for you… Continue reading

DiSC Personalities: Steady and Conscientious

icon_discDo You Know What Kind of Personality You Have?

And do you know all of the positive and negative traits associated with your personality type?

If you’ve ever taken a DiSC Assessment, you might. DiSC personality tests are great for a number of reasons. For one, they can help employers know their employees better.

They can also help you understand yourself to a greater extent. We covered two personality types in the previous post, covering the traits of Dominance and influence. Learn about the last two types right here…

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DiSC Personalities: Dominance and influence

icon_discDiSC Isn’t Some Meaningless Word.

In terms of personality tests and assessments, DiSC stands for Dominance, influence, Steadiness, and Conscientious.

Each of the letters represented in the DiSC acronym have a number of specific traits that help to define certain personality types. If you’re wondering what some of those are, here is a short assessment of each personality in the DiSC system:

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How Does Corporate Culture Affect Performance?

Your Culture Is Your BrandResearch Suggests Culture Drives Profits

There is significant research to suggest that businesses with a strong and positive corporate culture see much greater long term profits.

However, the values in this corporate culture do not just have to be advertised, they actually have to be lived by.  Employees need to perceive a real culture of integrity in order to see their own performance improved.  Integrity needs to be the norm of behavior within a company, meaning that everybody is able to trust each other.

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