DISC Conflict Resolution Systems
It took me a while to understand what I do in terms of the problems most people have, since I work primarily to optimize how people relate both at home and in the workplace. DISC “Behavioral Assessment Profiling” or Conflict Resolution Systems sound rather dry and academic, don’t they? That’s precisely the problem. Conflict resolution systems are best understood in context.
Conflict Resolution Systems for Team Building
One crucial factor in work environments is team building. Teamwork can spell the difference between meeting deadlines or costly delays. It is vital to achieve synergy by harnessing talents of individuals in such a way that maximizes productivity without creating conflicts. Often people’s behavioral styles collide in ways that can lead to misunderstandings. By assessing behavioral styles with conflict resolution systems it is possible to develop methods to work around differences while clarifying roles, which are fully compatible with people’s behavioral styles. Ultimately team building amounts to effective cost containment and production efficiency in a people-friendly work environment. The results are loyal employees and increased profits.
Know and understand what the four primary DISC styles value, seek and avoid to create a people-friendly work environment.
Conflict Resolution Systems for Family Mediation
It seldom occurs to people that dissimilar behavior types might arise spontaneously within a family. All too often, people assume that different behavioral styles are somehow “bad” or the result of bad parenting. This is not the case. A more realistic perspective involves the realization that although the majority of family members may display certain behavior styles, there may be a few family members that don’t. This may occur as a family joke or worse might result in the minority members being labeled “black sheep” and being subjected to unjust emotional or physical punishments. Using conflict resolution systems allows families to understand one another’s behavioral styles and to work together effectively as a cohesive family unit. Frustrations turn into appreciations. Marriages and family-owned business are saved.
Conflict Resolution Systems for Career Development
Having a job you love is a key to happiness for most people. Even when you have a job you love, there can be people in the workplace that pose difficulties. Conflict resolution systems help you to:
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