Using DISC to build bridges: communicating for C’s (Part 5 of 5)

Today, we wrap up the series of communication tips based on DISC styles with hints for strong C’s, the Mr. Spocks of the office. Even if you don’t need it right now, you can bookmark the first article, which contains links to the others, and keep it for reference when …

Using DISC to Build Bridges: S Style Communication (Part 4 of 5)

If you’re a high S, here’s how you relate… …to a high D: People with the D style like to get right to the point. They’re willing to be straightforward and even blunt at times in the interest of making rapid process. You’re more likely to be tactful and soft-spoken, …

Using DISC to Build Bridges: Focus on the I Style (Part 3 of 5)

Review of the I Style Influential, idea oriented, charismatic are words that would describe a strong I style.  Some of the strengths of the I style are taking action, being enthusiastic, and collaborating with others.  They really enjoy solving problems with creative thinking in a group environment.  They have a …

Using DISC to Build Bridges: Strategies for the D Style (Part 2 of 5)

Today, we focus on communications for those with a high D style.  While we are targeting high D’s, this list will also be helpful for any style wanting to communicate, connect and know what to expect from a strong D.  Remember these are styles, don’t judge a person by how …