Two questions I often get in workshops, from coaching clients, and in consulting engagements are: How do I work with an unmotivated person? and How do I motivate someone to work harder? Here … [Read more...]
Conflict Resolution Techniques: Question Your Assumptions
As I read about, study, and work to apply effective conflict resolution techniques, I see one common and overwhelming problem develop in workplaces, families, and social organizations. I see the same … [Read more...]
DISC Model FAQ’s: Is One Style Better Than the Others?
Guy Answers the Question:Is One Style Better Than the Others? People often ask me if one DISC style is better than the others. My answer is, emphatically, NO! One DISC style is not better than the … [Read more...]
Why Your Natural Response to Conflict is Probably Wrong & What You Can Do About It
As I mentioned in my post about why conflicts escalate, bad things can happen when we perceive other people's words or actions to be a threat to us in some way. As a result of this perception of … [Read more...]
DISC Model FAQ’s: Can Four Styles Really Describe Everyone?
Guy Answers the Question:Can Four Styles Really Describe Everyone? One question that frequently comes up when I teach the DISC model is this: "Can you really describe everyone with just four … [Read more...]
Daylight Savings Time Observations: We Tend to Go Negative
As I listened to the the news on both radio and television this Friday, nearly every mention of the switch to Daylight Saving Time brought on some mention of the "loss of one hour" we would experience … [Read more...]