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First Published: August 29, 2018
John Lennon and Paul McCartney, it can be argued, formed the greatest songwriting partnership in the history of recorded music. The Beatles changed the world in their eight years as a popular music powerhouse. On the surface, the two may seem like two peas in a pod. In reality, John and Paul couldn’t have been more opposite, when viewed from a behavior and driver perspective.
First Published: June 7, 2018
How does DISC compare to MBTI? This is a common question many people have asked over the years. There are many different angles to consider, as both tools are used frequently in organizations, but in different ways. In this article, we answer some of the most basic questions to provide a good understanding of how the two tools compare. The more you understand about what each one focuses on, the more informed you can be knowing which may be most appropriate for your needs.
First Published: February 22, 2018
Nowadays, candidates are interviewing companies just as much as they themselves are being interviewed. And why not? The hiring process is a two-way street. Both sides need to be engaged in the process and be equally excited to work with the other. Next time you find yourself interviewing for a new position, be sure you make it a two-way interview by using some of these forty questions to help you determine if the company will be right for you.
Although our particular DISC style may help identify who we are and how we do things, it is important to know that a specific behavioral style or blend of styles does not predict success or failure on its own. Each DISC style possesses its own strengths and unique behaviors allowing people of every DISC style to be meaningful contributors in their own way.