The thrust of this article is the core needs that tie those descriptors together. For example, why is it that people with an istylelean (more than the average person) toward being social, charming, talkative, etc.? And, is there underlying motivation to these observable behaviors? In order to understand that, let’s look at the core needs.
Our topic today is “Stressors & Motivators of thei(Influence) Style.” This updated session is one in a series discussing the Stressors & Motivators of the four DiSC® styles, which include: Dominant, Influence, Steady, & Conscientious.
In today’s DiSC® lesson, we will discuss responding to the i (or Influence) style. We are shifting from understanding the i style to more of interacting and responding. Here’s a scenario. Someone comes up to you quickly, and enthusiastically solicits your support for what “is sure to be a fun project” with some data the company needs for a final report within the hour. Then, they begin telling you about the last project and the friendly relationships that resulted from the work. Think you're dealing with an "i" style? Let's see.
In today’s DiSC® lesson, we will discuss a deeper and broader understanding of the i or (Influence) style. This will be helpful whether it is YOU who are an i style, or if it is someone else with whom you deal that is an i style. Furthermore, AS an i, this will help you interact with another i.
Today we will continue by going deeper into the actual use and application of your DiSC® knowledge by following a particular style throughout a normal day. However, it is my hope to have you weave DiSC® into your communication wherever you may be – work and non-work settings. In today’s lesson, we’ll share “A Day in the Life of an i (Influence)”. For simplicity, let’s call our i style Irene. My goal here is to show you how to apply DiSC® wherever you are. Use of DiSC® is about choice and intention. Once you make the choice, it implies an intention to prepare for...