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DISC blogs

DISC blogs

Welcome to the DISC Boulevard library. Here you will find lots of additional information about DISC and you can refresh or even expand your knowledge. We’ll give you extra tips and new insights about the DISC behavioural styles and the corresponding behavioural or communication preferences.

Dealing with resistance at work

Resistance is a common phenomenon. Whether it is at work, in personal relationships or when pursuing personal goals; we all encounter resistance from time to time. But what exactly is resistance and how can we deal with it? This can be different for each DISC behavioural style.

Stephen Covey and DISC: a powerful combination

You have probably heard of Stephen Covey or The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. Combined with DISC, these habits can provide valuable insights into both personal development, team development and development in your personal leadership. In this blog, we will have a closer look at the seven habits of highly effective people and their […]

Personality type VS behavioural style

“What personality type are you?”This is a question you might see come up from time to time. Sometimes this also refers to DISC behavioural styles. Personality types and DISC behavioural styles are related concepts, but they differ in their focus and its applications. Personality type explained Personality types refer to broader and deeper characteristics of […]

Big Five VS DISC

In the 1960s, the Big Five model was developed by US researchers Ernest Tupes and Raymond Christal. However, in the 1980s and 1990s, several researchers continued to develop the model. The Big Five model, also known as Big 5 personality, describes five personality traits: openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism. The Big Five model and […]

Misconceptions about DISC

One of the most common misconceptions about DISC is that the behavioural styles are generalisations and by doing so you ‘categorise people’. DISC is not designed to pigeonhole yourself or others, but rather to provide insight into your behavioural profile. DISC describes your behavioural and communication preferences. Which behaviour makes you feel comfortable or uncomfortable, […]

Apply DISC at work

If you want to improve collaboration, DISC can be a useful tool. You can use DISC to great advantage in the workplace. But sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start. That’s why we give you 5 tips below.

Working in a team: the power of DISC

Collaboration is key in any organisation. But that sometimes sounds easier said than done. In this blog, we look at the different team roles that match the DISC behavioural styles. Where does the strength of each behavioural style lie?

Discover the colourful world of DISC types

Why do some people like to take charge, while others prefer to be in the spotlight and social? Or why some are naturally more inclined to take risks, while others prefer stability and structure? This has everything to do with your preferred behavioural style. Read more about the different DISC types and how to recognise […]

Sell with DISC: The connection between DISC and marketing

The world of marketing is all about understanding consumer behaviour and responding to the needs of potential customers. Personas are often created. One model that can help create personas is the DISC model. Each behavioural style has its own characteristics and preferences. In this blog, for each DISC behavioural style, we will give you some […]

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