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In our last blog we provided an overview of the Theoretical/Knowledge Value. A recap for this value is that people with higher scores are driven by opportunities to learn, acquire knowledge and the discovery of truth. Let’s learn about the second value/motivation, Utilitarian/Utility.
What motivates us or what we “value” is the window to our world. It is what drives our behaviour. We all have the six motivators in varying degrees. Today, we are going to focus on the Theoretical/Knowledge value. There are different ways to look at each motivation. On one side of the scale, a person who has a high score in the theoretical/knowledge area will seek out information at all times. You may know someone who is constantly checking facts and looking at background information on television characters while watching TV! They are driven by opportunities to learn, and if they are passionate in this motivation they may be seen as a “perpetual student”. If you are one of these people, can you imagine being in a career where there is no reason for continuous learning?
Have you ever thought to yourself, ‘that person has a bad attitude’?
Our values/motivations represent how we view the world. When two people have different values there will undoubtably be a debate in a conversation where one feels their values are being attacked. Our values/motivations are the reason we behave the way we do as we see it as the way to get what we want! If we take the time to understand the ‘why’ behind another person’s views it will lead to better communication
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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.