DISC and Leadership

 John Ruh   DISC, Leadership, Professional Development


Overview

Disc Leadership is learning and recognizing your style of leadership and how to make it work to its’ maximum benefit among all types of personalities. Disc Leadership is learning how to most effectively empower others. Disc Leadership is adapting your style so you get the results you want.

In many highly successful companies everyone is expected to be a leader. This means learning how to speak to, support and empower others. But how do you this, especially if this is not natural for you? Your security and/or growth possibilities may, to a great extent, rest on your ability to learn how this is done.

3 questions on your leadership style

  1. Can you accurately describe your natural leadership style?
  2. Do you understand how your natural leadership style positively and negatively impacts others?
  3. Are you aware of what type of communication is needed to impact, support and empower all behavioral styles?

STEP 1- Start with what is obvious or evident

Your behavior is obvious to everyone with whom you interface. It is visible, whereas your values, beliefs, vision, skills, experience and education are not. So consider doing a disc profile on yourself (first one at your company is free) and get an evaluation. This will allow you to understand and start accurately describing your natural leadership behavioral style. You may quickly note that your style is difficult for some people to cope with, and, more importantly, what changes you must make as a leader to support and empower others.

Need Proof?

Read any of the 39 testimonials on our website to see what people from all over the world have said about this tool and our 12 applications.

Need more Proof?

Email/call us for Global Statistics on profiles in countries all over the world and/or search William Marston and his original work on this tool that came out of Jung’s 1921 famous book on Psychological Types. Or, you may start with (www.johnruh.com/global-disc-behavioral-profiles-research-statistics/)