Extending People Newsletter - April 2010
Written on the 27 April 2010 by Extended DISC Australasia
Personal Analysis Reports - Interpretation of Special Cases
Case Study No 1 - How Personal Analysis Reports helped solve a difficult situation
Partner A was clearly feeling the need to become more extroverted and perhaps the need to “get out and sell”. This could lead to stress but this perceived need to adjust from his natural 80% “C” style to 60% “I” in itself would be causing him some pressure which is apparent from Profile II.
Again we can identify pressure in Profile II, and although there is little indication of a feeling of the need to adjust his behavioural style to cope with the current environment, we noted the movement in the “C” style.
While we could identify his behavioural traits shown in Profile II from our meeting we were very surprised to note that Profile I was very tight. Our prospective client was clearly uncertain of his role and this created a problem for us as we had undertaken to meet him and take him through his report in a debriefing session. It was something we were not looking forward to!
One of the Extended DISC System’s advantages is its reporting flexibility.
We are, for example, currently developing a specific industry related Personal Analysis Report for Coaches together with a specific Personal Analysis Report for the coach’s clients/students.
But let’s take for example the Real Estate industry that has been experiencing some difficult challenges over the last couple of years.
It allows the client to create additional questions for respondents to answer while they are completing the Personal Analysis Questionnaire. It is useful to gain additional information from the respondent.
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Author: Extended DISC Australasia