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Once you have identified the other person’s style, you will be able to adapt your own style for better communication. Remember, it is important to understand that every personality has all of these elements in it to varying degrees. As an example, some people will be highly compliant and low influence, with a very high steady style and a moderate dominance style, while others will be the exact opposite.
Today, we will introduce the basic elements of C; Compliance.
Compliance is the element of an individual’s personality that indicates how you respond to procedures and constraints set by others. Highly compliant people like the structure of rules, while a lower compliant person may believe rules and procedures are simply guidelines and do not apply to them!
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In our last post, we discussed the basic elements of the Influence factor of DISC. As a recap of what we have discussed so far:
D – Dominance; How you approach and respond to problems and challenges and I – Influence; How you influence people and contacts to your point of view.
Today, we will introduce the basic elements of S; Steadiness.
Steadiness is the element of an individual’s personality that indicates how you respond to pace and consistency. High steady people will resist change until they see the benefit of doing so. They prefer doing one task at a time. Alternatively, the low steady individual wants to work at a fast pace with multiple tasks occurring at the same time.
n March 2020, Manitoba’s Superintendent of Financial Institutions had approved that the requirement for mandatory Continuing Education (CE) reporting for the 2020 licence renewal was to be deferred to May 2021 for all licensed agents, and deferred to June 2021 for all licensed adjusters. This allowed Manitoba licence holders who were required to report CE credits to renew their licences for 2020 without having to complete or report mandatory CE for the 2020 year.
In our last post, we discussed the basic elements of the Dominant factor of DISC. As a recap: D – Dominance; How you approach and respond to problems and challenges. Today, we will introduce the elements of I; Influence. Influence is the element of an individual’s personality that indicates how you interact with others and influence them to your point of view. Highly influencing people tend to joke around a lot, talk a lot,
In our last issue, we introduced DISC.
The first element of DISC is Dominance, which is a measure of how a person solves problems and meets challenge.
Bold and decisive on the high end of the scale, low key and less pressure on the opposite end of the scale.
This is the element of an individual’s personality that indicates competitiveness, drive and a desire to win. Highly dominant people tend to become angry more often than lower dominant types.