Situational leadership is the art of adjusting your leadership style to effectively respond to any change in your work environment. This can include changing how you communicate with others based upon individual communication style preferences.
Deepening your leadership effectiveness by understanding your own and others' DISC communication personality style is a powerful way to build workplace motivation. It's so effectively for leaders because:
Personality styles don't just apply to people in leadership or management positions, we all lead others at work and at home. By adapting your style to match the person or people you're leading, you'll find that more work gets done, while trust and understanding grows.
The DISC Assessment is probably the most popular of the three best leadership assessment tools on my list. It's been completed by over 40 million people!
In a D.I.S.C. Assessment you get info about:
To see a sample DISC. Communication Style Report, click here.
This Assessment is one on my most-used Assessments because it is is very accurate. (People often say, "How did you get this? Did you talk to my mom or my spouse?!!?")
It's also easy for people to grasp DISC Styles very quickly and immediately put the insight to practical use. I use it often in leadership and sales training classes, as well as for team-building. It helps you adjust and adapt how you communicate with others based upon each situation.
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