Free DISC E-Book
Speak Volumes Without Saying a Word with DISC
Understanding DISC will transform how you communicate, since it’s a universal, observable language that helps us identify the behavioral styles of others. Here’s your guide to using DISC to analyze non-verbal cues.
Observe, Apply, and Act With DISC
This comprehensive guide looks at DISC from the standpoint of non-verbal cues and how to identify, then adapt, to a person’s behavioral style, making communication much more effective. This Ebook gives you the following:
- An overview of the concepts of DISC
- An explanation of nonverbal cues and how they apply to the DISC model
- Lessons on how to identify non-verbal cues and what mean in relation to DISC
- How to adapt to various DISC styles for improved communication
DISC Measures Behavior Styles by Identifying Four Unique Categories of Behavior
Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance. Most people have one style that is more prominent than the others.
DISC is observable, making it fairly easy to identify a person’s style through simple observation. Both verbals and non-verbals can be strong indicators of behavior styles.
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