DISC and Learning Styles Combination Reports
There are many unique learning styles. All learners are not equal or identical. Every individual learns in their own unique way. Each person is influenced by their culture and their life experiences. These experiences also play a significant role in determining how people receive and retain information. Some people like to process information through reading, while others prefer visual support and images. Some learners best assimilate information alone, while others prefer to work in groups. Some people grasp information quickly and intuitively. Other people prefer to follow a strong sequential path and take time to reflect. By combining the powerful DISC assessment “behavioral needs” assessment with the insightful Learning Styles assessment “cognitive means” you are able to identify each individual’s intermingling composite. This insightful roadmap lays out the unique interplay between how each individual learns and why. These composites provide an organization’s leaders with the necessary information to maximize time spent training new employees and current employees to new methodologies. The knowledge gained on how to train each employee can yield countless returns as new learning always accompanies the change and adaptation inherent to the current workplace.
The DISC and Learning Styles combination reports are available in a general report and two additional targeted variations: DISC and Learning Styles, DISC Sales and Learning Styles and DISC Leadership and Learning Styles Background.
The Learning Styles assessment is an training instrument designed to measure the learning style of an individual in most situations and in four categories: Attending, Translating, Relating and Understanding. The Learning Styles questionnaire determines the general preferences and natural learning styles. The more you understand how you perceive new information, the better and more successful your learning curve will be.
The goal of the DISC profile is to help you create personal chemistry and productive relationships. You do not have to change your personality; you simply have to understand what drives people and recognize your options for effectively dealing with them. DISC teaches you powerful life skills that will serve you well in all your relationships: business, personal and family. The DISC reports are prescriptive and descriptive. You will learn how to improve your own interpersonal skills and understand your natural DISC behavioral style. This is a fast, effective learning strategy with immediate results.