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Monthly Archives: May 2011

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The DiSC Profile Helps Create Successful Teams

Every company and organization maintains varying opinions and concepts concerning the methods and desired goals pertaining to the creation of organizational teamwork.  If managers and leaders within your organization can get access to effective tools, like The DiSC Profile, their probability of success increases substantially.

Several Unique Suggestions To Cultivate Teamwork

DiSC Profiles Help Build Successful TeamsAt this point, I’m certain most of you will be wanting to know exactly how you accomplish this seemingly monumental undertaking.  Probably the most daunting problem you must deal with is how to comprehend and contend with all of the individual personalities, behavioral tendencies, along with the egos associated with them.  The introduction of a DiSC Profile into any team building program will offer team managers personalized information on each team member.  If there are significant communication issues the use of an Everything DiSC Workplace Profile could be warranted. By analyzing everyone’s DiSC Profile the manager will quickly realize what motivates, demotivates, what they tend to avoid, how they react to stress, their natural behavioral tendencies, and much more.  This is exceptionally beneficial information for the manager given that they might also discover their particular group culture and exactly how they function as a team by grouping the individual DiSC Profiles into a Group DiSC Report.

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The DiSC Profile Will Improve Your Recruiting and Hiring Processes

The Procedure Corporations Currently Utilize Is Defective

Hiring with A DiSC Profile American businesses determine 80% of their total hiring and recruiting decisions around the “intellectual” element of the individual, in other words their resume, abilities, education, as well as their working experience.  The resulting outcome of these practices is an 85% turnover rate as a result of Behavior or Style incompatibility – the individual could get the job done, however for several reasons, it wasn’t getting accomplished.  Everyone knows employee turnover costs every company big bucks.

This substandard approach brings about very poor employee retention, insufficient overall performance as a result of inadequate job match, as well as very high turnover expenses and makes clear the reason why US companies average percentage of successful hiring is lower than 50%. The men and women supervising these recruiting/interviewing/hiring/promotion operations, without having “tools” to help, tend to be making very subjective judgments hoping that the “intellectual element” of the person will furnish adequate information to guarantee a high quality job match.  The DiSC Profile is an excellent “hiring tool.”

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