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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.

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 […]

5 tips for an effective DISC training programme

You have been asked at an external organisation to conduct a DISC training course, great! But how do you lift your training to the next level? And how do you make a link with DISC? We’ll give you 5 tips below! Define the goal together Set clear goals for your DISC training. What do you […]

The reliability of DISC

DISC is commonly used, for instance in training, coaching and onboarding. It provides insight into the four different behavioural styles, can ensure more effective communication and can improve collaboration. But how reliable is the DISC model? In this blog, we take a closer look at the reliability of DISC and how best to use DISC. […]

The 8 DISC team roles

The DISC model gives you insight into observable behaviour. It indicates how you act or come across, not who you are. This is measured using 4 different behavioural styles: dominance, influence, stability and conformism. Based on the DISC scores, you are plotted into the team wheel. This includes only those behavioural styles that rise above […]

Opposite DISC styles; does this lead to internal conflict?

The DISC model consists of two axes:Thinking – FeelingExtravert – Introvert Based on these axes, DISC behavioural styles are defined. The following is measured: How to deal with problems and challenges. How do you manage to convince others of your ideas. How to deal with changes and tempo changes. How to deal with established rules […]

Core quadrant by Daniel Ofman and DISC

Daniel Ofman’s core quadrant is a tool widely used for describing traits that suit a person. A core quadrant consists of four parts: core qualities, pitfalls, allergies and challenges. These are connected and opposite to each other. In this blog, we cover four components of the core quadrant and give some examples. We also establish […]

Create a personal development plan with DISC

Personal development is very important for both the employee and the employer. A personal development plan can help employees or trainees align their career wishes or ambitions with future job requirements and/or the employer’s long-term goals. But how do you write a personal development plan that really benefits both parties?   What is a personal development […]

Characteristics bad leader: How do you recognise them?

Leadership is not easy and not everyone is suited for it. A good leader can inspire, motivate and support employees. Bad leaders, on the other hand, can significantly worsen the atmosphere at work and reduce employee productivity. It is important to know the characteristics of bad leadership so that you can recognise/avoid them but also […]

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