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  • By Judy Bond
  • Posted July 8, 2020
  • In DISC
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Welcome!

Thanks for stopping by the Bond Team, Inc. web site.   Just curious, are you interested in improving your personal performance or that of your team? We can help you understand your unique behavioral style and how that helps and hinders you in meeting your objectives. We provide workshops and consulting in the Kansas City and […]
  • By Judy Bond
  • Posted July 29, 2020
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SCARF Model – “F” – Fairness

Do you feel like your boss has different rules for different team members? Do some employees make more money that those performing similar tasks? Unfairness is a threat to teamwork and communication!
  • By Judy Bond
  • Posted July 20, 2020
  • In relationships
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SCARF Model – “R” – Relatedness

As a Human Behavior Consultant, the “R” of the SCARF Model appealed to me. We want to feel like we ‘fit in’ with our coworkers.
  • By Judy Bond
  • Posted July 14, 2020
  • In autonomy
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SCARF Model – “A” -Autonomy

Autonomy is the “A” of the SCARF Model. No one likes to be micro-managed. Empower your team members to do their jobs.
  • By Judy Bond
  • Posted July 7, 2020
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SCARF Model – “C” – Certainty

The next element of the model is Certainty. If we know how to do something, we approach it readily. If we aren’t sure, we may avoid it. That’s why having ‘procedure manuals’ or in today’s world, YouTube videos, is critical to success.
  • By Judy Bond
  • Posted July 1, 2020
  • In leadership
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SCARF Model – “S” – Status

I was recently introduced to David Rock’s SCARF model – using neuroscience to effectively work with others. This model helps us understand what makes people want to approach and get engaged in work or what may make them avoid it. “S” stands for Status. If someone we perceive has more status than we do – […]
  • By Judy Bond
  • Posted June 4, 2020
  • In personality
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Your Personality Style is Unique

Everyone’s temperament is a unique blend of the 4 DISC styles. Some individuals are very high in one style – but most of have two styles that predominate. 20% of us can switch easily between three of the styles – which makes us hard to ‘figure out’!