DiSC® - Famous Characters

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DiSC® - Famous Characters

In the past, I’ve created fictitious persons (plumber, teacher, manager) and described them through various aspects of their behavior, THEN I break down why they might be considered a certain style(s) of DiSC®. In this sharing, I’ll provide a television or movie character with whom you are probably familiar. Then – based on our observations of them over time – you already have familiarity with their behavior and therefore their respective DiSC® style. Let’s take a look.