Do 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…
DiSC 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:
The Concept of Organizational Development (OD)
Organizational development is a very important concept that has now been included in most organizations that have a commitment to delivering excellent HR (human resources) practices. However, the field remains little understood, with very few truly understanding what organizational development is actually about. Only a few understand what is actually needed to be done in order to be truly effective. Basically, the field is a new approach, one that is based on values, to a systematical change in organizations.
Great Customer Service Is The Key To Business Success
We all know that the customer is king. That expression has existed for hundreds of years, and it will continue to exist because it is right. No company can operate without its customers; they are the lifeblood of the organization.
Hence, you have to make sure that they are listened to, feel appreciated and don’t have any reason to complain. Additionally, your customers also tell you a lot about your company and how you can improve whatever service it is you offer.
It’s Tough Out There Looking For A Job
Finding a new job is incredibly difficult, particularly while we are still going through difficult economic times. Indeed, the economy is recovering and jobs are being created, but the reality remains that far more people apply for the same job as they did several years ago.
This means that where once we had to stand out during an interview, we now have to stand out in our resume. Hopefully, the following hints and tips will help you to build a killer resume, helping you to get your foot in the door.