Employee Development Solutions Blog

How DiSC Style Impacts the Impression You Make

Your DiSC style has a significant impact on how other people perceive you. Knowing your style – and how it affects the way you come across to others – can help you be aware of your natural strengths, as well as identify areas where you may need to learn how to adapt to get the results you need.

Style By Style Impressions

The D Impression

People who have a D style tend to come across as self-confident, direct, willing to take risks and forceful.

Preparing New Managers for Success: 5 Key Points

Becoming a manager for the first time can be scary, as well as a bit surprising. New managers are often surprised by how quickly things change when they take on a supervisory role, in terms of duties and workplace relationships. The transition from employee to supervisor goes much more smoothly when prospective new managers are properly prepared for success before taking on a supervisory role.  

4 Keys to Preparing Newly Promoted Supervisors for Success

Are you involved with selecting and preparing employees to move into management positions within your company? If so, it’s critical that you understand what’s involved in providing individuals with the preparation they need to transition effectively into a managerial role. Unfortunately, this often doesn’t happen and people with the potential to succeed in a supervisory role go into their new position at an unnecessary disadvantage. 

Do You Have the Right Personality to Be a Leader?


Are you outgoing? Do you like to work alone? Do you like to take risks? Are you cautious when making decisions? Whether you said “yes,” to none, any or all of these questions, the truth is that you just might be ideally suited to succeed in a leadership role. The fact is that there is not a particular personality type or style that is necessary to be an effective leader. The key is to learn how to achieve best practices in light of your natural tendencies and personality style.