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If you have questions or would like to talk more about the DiSC and how to use it at work, you can contact Jill Morningstar at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jacquelyn Hansen at email@example.com. Below is general information about the DiSC assessment including how it works, its history, and benefits of using the DiSC.
DiSC Profile - Overview
DiSC is a personal assessment tool used to improve work productivity, teamwork and communication. DiSC is non-judgmental and helps people discuss their behavioral differences. If you participate in a DiSC program, you'll be asked to complete a series of questions that produce a detailed report about your personality and behavior.
The DiSC model provides a common language that people can use to better understand themselves and to adapt their behaviors with others. This can be within a work team, a sales relationship, a leadership position, or other relationships.
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Publication Date: 2013-06-14
Hold anyone accountable. Master performance discussions. Get RESULTS. Broken promises, missed deadlines, poor behavior--they don't just make others' lives miserable; they can sap up to 50 percent of organizational performance and account for the vast majority of divorces. Crucial Accountability offers the tools for improving relationships in the workplace and in life and for resolving all these problems--permanently. PRAISE FOR "CRUCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY" ""Revolutionary ideas ... opportunities for breakthrough ..."" -- Stephen R. Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People ""Unleash the true potential of a relationship or organization and move it to the next level."" -- Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager ""The most recommended and most effective resource in my library."" -- Stacey Allerton Firth, Vice President, Human Resources, Ford of Canada ""Brilliant strategies for those difficult discussions at home and in the workplace."" -- Soledad O Brien, CNN news anchor and producer ""This book is the real deal.... Read it, underline it, learn from it. It's a gem."" -- Mike Murray, VP Human Resources and Administration (retired), Microsoft"
Mentoring for the Professions by
Publication Date: 2015-03-01
This edited volume brings together conceptual and empirical work from various professional fields to inform a perspective on mentoring that goes beyond what is needed for today and orients toward what is needed for the future in order to promote healthy and productive organizations. This perspective is important because the pace of change in organizations is rapid--and increasingly so. Under conditions of rapid and on-going change, employees, students, and colleagues all are learners; and the learning needs of these adults demand meaningful and focused strategies for professional development. A major strategy with demonstrated value for fostering learning among adults is mentoring, which contributes both relational and structural support for such learning. This support helps organizations build communities of practice in which colleagues alternate the role of mentor and mentee by sharing different types of expertise and different perspectives on organizational challenges. Chapters within the book focus on theoretical perspectives on mentoring, the connection between change and mentoring, the character of the leadership that mentoring entails, the developmental processes that mentees experience, the transformation of the mentee as a result of mentoring, the value of matching mentor and mentee styles, and the role of mentoring in organizational team building. Furthermore, some chapters explore the similarities and differences in individual versus group mentoring. And some of the contributions elaborate linkages among mentoring concepts and those used in related practices such as coaching and distributed leadership.
HBR Guide to Getting the Mentoring You Need by
Publication Date: 2014-01-14
Find the right person to help supercharge your career. Whether you’re eyeing a specific leadership role, hoping to advance your skills, or simply looking to broaden your professional network, you need to find someone who can help. Wait for a senior manager to come looking foryou--and you’ll probably be waiting forever. Instead, you need to find the mentoring that will help you achieve your goals. Managed correctly, mentoring is a powerful and efficient tool for moving up. TheHBR Guide to Getting the Mentoring You Need will help you get it right. You’ll learn how to: * Find new ways to stand out in your organization * Set clear and realistic development goals * Identify and build relationships with influential sponsors * Giveback and bring value to mentors and senior advisers * Evaluate your progress in reaching your professional goals
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Publication Date: 1995-09-01
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