Organizational Behavior Es

Organizational Behavior Es

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DISC Platinum Rule Assessment Workplace Observation Discussion

Executive Summary

Observation Discussion

The purpose of the DISC Platinum Rule Assessment is to provide participants with the tools to observe and understand their personal identity traits specific to them. We will explore some critical points of discussion in comparing the four main behavioral styles, analyzing each team member’s styles, and reviewing the elements of communication to managing organizational behaviors.

Each evaluation provides the person the necessary means to modify and discover their best possible self. This analysis entertains the concept of behavioral organization as it pertains to professional and social interaction. The results discovered thus far reveal a balance between two team members of having similar interactive styles as the predominant trait. Under the personality assessment for the sub-style was defined as the impresser. (PENDING MORE INFO)

Comparison and Contrast Styles

There are many similarities and differences in the four behavioral styles of dominance, interactive, steadiness, and cautious. When looking for similarities, one can see two sets. Dominance and cautious identify with one another in that their focus is on more of a physical, whereas interactive and steadiness styles are more personable. One of the many ways to see the resemblances and distinctions is in the pace of each behavioral style. Dominance has a pace which places importance on the goal while cautious concentrates on the task at hand. Both are similar in that they are geared towards the tangible. However, they differ in that dominance is directed towards long term and cautious towards short term. Interactive and steadiness are more of a personable pace. Interactive focuses on the people and steadiness on the relationship. Both deal with those that are involved on a personable level. The difference in these is...

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