DISC Communication styles

Last week, I delivered a project on DISC communication styles for my Toastmaster’ club members. What I wanted to do was to educate my members on how you to use DISC to understand communication styles of the people they interact with. I decided to record that session as well. Heres, an unfiltered overview of understanding the 4 different communication styles using DISC. My 2nd webinar to date, I was able to do.

DISC Comm Style Card

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DISC communication styles

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