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SELF-AWARENESS

Study after study has shown the more self-aware the leader - the more success. Leaders that can identify and leverage their strengths and manage their limitations are known to build higher levels of trust and credibility with their teams. 

Study after study proves the most successful leaders are self-aware of their own style.The DISC model reveals the communication style that is unique to each person. Individuals and teams rely on DISC to become self-aware of strengths and limitations that result in:

  • More productive meetings & enhanced communications

  • Minimize unnecessary conflict​

  • Improved situational leadership skills

  • Better strategizing

  • Increased production through better communications

Many people go their entire career without becoming self-aware of how they communicate. They try to fix their communication challenges without the proper tools and often return to the same frustration.

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​The foundation of becoming an effective communicator is knowing your style, your strengths, and limitations.

Discover how DISC can create better working relationships on your team.

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DISC

DO YOU KNOW YOUR COMMUNICATION STYLE?

DISC is a widely used, research-validated assessment that measures four behavior factors:
 
Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, Compliance.

Motivators

MOTIVATORS

GET A CLEAR UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT DRIVES YOU.

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When you truly see yourself clearly and understand what you are motivated by, you will begin to understand the nuances of situations and ultimately perform at higher levels. As your motivators are revealed you will be able to capitalize on your strengths in both building relationships and decision making.

WHY TAKE A MOTIVATORS ASSESSMENT?

  1. Identify your highest motivators and what drives you to action. 

  2. Understand and manage how the motivators of others may affect you.

  3. Learn to recognize and blend your motivators with others around you to limit conflict and accomplish more.

TYPES OF MOTIVATORS

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (EQ)

TUNE IN AND TURN UP: THE POWER OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

Emotional Intelligence

The ability to recognize and regulate your emotions and understand their effect on people around you. 

 

Emotional Intelligence is key to relating well to others.

You probably know someone with high EQ. They have solid relationships, self-control, remain calm under stress and are willing to look at themselves honestly.

 

It doesn't have to be overwhelming to start building your emotional intelligence. A self-assessment is the first step to revealing an individual's EQ.  The assessment reveals the following five areas.

Contact Julie to see an EQ Sample Report.

WHY IS EQ SO IMPORTANT?

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  • 71% of hiring managers value EQ over IQ (Career Builder)

  • Leaders with empathy perform 40% higher in employee engagement and decision-making. Harvard Business School

  • McKinsey & Company predicts that the need for emotional skills will outpace cognitive skills by 2030.

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