DISC for teenagers

  • By Judy Bond
  • Posted March 14, 2018
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DISC for teenagers

I am looking forward to working with teenagers this Saturday. I’ll be using the Teen People Puzzle for the first time. It has some different descriptive words for the DISC Personality Styles that will resonate with teens.  For example: Dominant style teens like adventure and innovation!      
  • By Judy Bond
  • Posted February 22, 2018
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Have trouble delegating?

Those of us who are primarily “Cautious” (Reserved and Task-Oriented) have difficulty in delegating work to others.  We have difficulty trusting that others will “do it right!”.  Thus we wind up with a lot of work on our desks.  And our teammates don’t get a chance to learn and grow. What is something you COULD […]
  • By Judy Bond
  • Posted January 30, 2018
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A story of ice cubes

Person A had a tray of ice cubes in the fridge – some were kind of small, others were normal size. Person A liked to use the smaller ice cubes for bottles of water or tea – they would fit through the opening. Dominant Style Person B saw these ice cubes, decided they were hopeless, […]
  • By Judy Bond
  • Posted January 11, 2018
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Do companies have a personality style?

I visited with a friend yesterday and he related an experience at a particular store. He needed help, waved down an employee and was told “this is not my department!”  This was before the employee had even heard his question, which was more general in nature. The store he was visiting is an outlet of […]
  • By Judy Bond
  • Posted January 5, 2018
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That Dominant and Direct Personality Style

This style is Outgoing and Fast-Paced! They’re very task oriented.  They can be misunderstood. Here’s a great article from Personality Insights about the Dominant Style: http://bit.ly/abouttheDstyle  
  • By Judy Bond
  • Posted December 26, 2017
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Like a “Jigsaw” Puzzle

Solving a business problem is much like solving a jigsaw puzzle. Sometimes you can find the solution just by looking at it from a different angle. Getting another person’s point of view can be helpful. Often, you have to step away from the puzzle for awhile, and come back refreshed. And, sometimes a piece really […]
  • By Judy Bond
  • Posted December 13, 2017
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“People Puzzles” January 2018

I’ll be presenting “Making Sense of Your People Puzzles” in January at at Overland Park location.  This will be a one hour presentation and the cost will be $20 payable by cash, check or PayPal.  Stay tuned for date and time!