DISC Certification Program - Web Series (copy)

 This course is an interactive, online DISC Certification delivered by a Master DISC Certification Trainer. 

Webinar #1 - DISC Essentials (copy)

Program Overview

  • What DISC history is important to know? 
  • What does DISC measure and what does DISC not measure?
  • What are Invalid Graphs? 
  • Pre-work necessary? 
  • What is difference between Graph I & II?
  • What if someone says “My DISC is wrong?”
  • What are most common DISC interpretation mistakes?

Step #1: Prep for Web #1

Prep for Web #1:

Step #1: Click Here to print PPT as 3 slide handout for note taking.

To download full PowerPointWeb #1 PPT – “DISC Essentials” (Mar 2017)

Step #2: Recommended Follow-up for Web #1

Web #1 Recording – “DISC Essentials” (Mar 2017)
Reviewing the recording will help to reinforce what you’ve learned.

Step #3: Follow-up Assignment for Web #1

MAR Web #1 - 2017 - DISC Report Quiz

The Quiz tells you the page number where you can find the answers.Once you have completed the Quiz, “The Answer Key,” will immediately pop-up.Please save the Answer Key on your Desktop.  Your responses will be emailed to you.Please then self-score your Quiz & check for understanding on those you may have missed.Due Friday, Mar 17th

1. What does the DISC measure? ( Page 3, "Introduction to DISC and Your DISCcert Report")

  • a. Skills.
  • b. Intelligence.
  • c. Observable behaviors.
  • d. Personality.

Select all the answers that apply.  (There may be more than one correct answer.) 

2. Which statement describes DISC history accurately? (Page 3, "Introduction to DISC and Your DISCcert Report")

  • a. Marston developed the model & Clarke developed the assessment.
  • b. Marston developed the model & the assessment.
  • c. Clarke developed the model & Marston developed the assessment.
  • d. Clarke developed the model & the assessment.

 Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

3. Which statement is correct? ( Page 5, "DISCcert Natural Graph II - Key Points")

  • a. D - Dominant Style is focused on Planning.
  • b. I - Influence Style is focused on Preparing details.
  • c. S - Steady Style is focused on Problem Solving.
  • d. C - Conscientious Style is focused on following Procedures.

 Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

4. Which statement describes the Natural Graph? ( Page 6, "Natural eGraph II")

  • a. Represents work & home environment.
  • b. Captures only your home environment.
  • c. Is based on ALL points above & below the energy line.
  • d. Is always changing.

 Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

5. What do the shaded words on page 7 represent? (Answer is on page 7, "Your Word Sketch for Your Natural Graph II")

  • a. Shows you how others communicate with you.
  • b. Indicates your preference for using each style.
  • c. Tells you how to communicate with others.
  • d. Indicates how you adapt when communicating.

 Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

6. What does the Adaptive Graph I represent? ( Page 15, "DISCcert eGraphs")

  • a. How others see you communicating with them.
  • b. A snapshot of one day at work. Influenced by your role, responsibilities and who you were relating to on the day of taking the assessment.
  • c. Based on your LEAST answers when taking the assessment.
  • d. A representation of how good you are at your job.

 Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

7. Which statement includes the correct answers for Learning Activity on page 19? (Page 18, "DISC Style Examples.")

  • a. How others see you communicating with them.
  • b. A snapshot of one day at work. Influenced by your role, responsibilities and who you were relating to on the day of taking the assessment.
  • c. Based on your LEAST answers when taking the assessment.
  • d. A representation of how good you are at your job.

 Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

Web #1 _ Step #1 (copy)

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