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Learning Team Assignment: DISC Platinum Rule™ Assessment and Workplace Observation Discussion

Learning Team Assignment: DISC Platinum Rule™ Assessment and Workplace Observation Discussion
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on 29 April 2010

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Transcript of Learning Team Assignment: DISC Platinum Rule™ Assessment and Workplace Observation Discussion

Learning Team Assignment:
DISC Platinum Rule™ Assessment and Workplace Observation Discussion
Cautious VS. Impressor STRENGTHS:

Planning

Dependability

Problem Solving

Systematizing

WEAKNESSES:

Perfectionist

Critical

Unresponsive
Cautious Impressor (Sub) STRENGTHS:

Persuading

Optimistic

Motivating

Enthusiastic

WEAKNESSES:

Disorganized

Careless

Exaggerates

Poor follow-through
Interactive VS. Dominance Interactive Dominance Strengths

Persuading
Optimistic
Motivating
Enthusiastic

Weakness

Disorganized
Careless
Exaggerates
Poor follow-through
Strengths

High energy
Leadership
Administration
Juggling

Weakness

Impatience
Insensitive to others
May take yourself too seriously
Poor listener Who's who in the Zoo? Joe Reynoso - Dominance
Eldon Baptist - Interactive
John Sawyer - Impressor
Richard Segura - Interactive
Trinidad Mireles - Cautious How do we get along? Traits in all quadrants
Expertise across the DISC spectrum
Leveraging
Tension Among the Styles Model Dominance Style (D) and Interactive Style (I) tend to prefer a faster pace Steadiness Style (S) and Cautious Style (C) both tend to prefer a slower pace = TENSION Dominance Style and an Interactive Style (D-I). Both are relatively fast-paced behavioral types. Interactive Style places more emphasis on people than on tasks tension is likely to result in their interaction due to their difference in priority How to mitigate risk of disaster? Compliment Each Other
Work as a team! Leverage skills & abilities Adapt to other traits In the end.....
Eldon Baptist
Trinidad Mireles
Joe Reynoso
John Sawyer
Richard Segura
University of Phoenix
MGT/307
MU09BSB10
Garrell Abston
April 29, 2010 References

Alessandra, Tony, Ph.D., and Michael J. OConnor, Ph.D. 2006. People Smart in Business. New York: Morgan James Publishing

Alessandra, Tony, Ph.D., and Michael J. OConnor, Ph.D. 1996. The Platinum Rule. New York, NY: Warner Books.

Merrill, David, and Roger Reid. 1977. Personal Styles and Effective Performance. Chilton Book Co.

Geier, John C., Ph.D. 1977. (D.I.S.C.) Personal Profile System. Performax Systems International, Inc.
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