In my career, I have appreciated resources that have been provided for me. Some of those resources were products of purchased courses or certifications. Others were gifted by leaders who just wanted to further my development and granted for my use with clients. I’m a firm believer in paying it forward, especially in areas that I’m passionate about.
On that note, feel free to download any of these resources to focus on team dynamics, communication, DISC, employee engagement, and leadership.
DISC Student Styles
Understanding student behaviors in the classroom, as well as what motivates them, is valuable to the teaching team and parents. This two-page document addresses what each DISC style looks like in the student, what they want, and what can get in the way of understanding.
Have you ever wished you had a secret guide to why people do what they do? Well, this DISC Snapshot is a good place to start. It contains characteristics of the four DISC styles and includes communication dos and don’ts. The DISC Snapshot is a good cheat sheet to human behavior and communication. People may be just one style, or they may be a blend of two or three styles. When referencing DISC characteristics, be sure to look at all styles that may apply.
DISC Management Keys
As a leader, knowing the DISC styles of your employees can go a long way toward effective communication and productivity. The DISC Management Keys is a chart showing the work preferences of each of the four DISC styles. The key to positive team dynamics is identifying where the employee excels and is comfortable. Understanding their style may also provide insight to help them further nurture their strengths and to develop in (or compensate for) their areas of natural weakness.
10 Ideas to Cultivate Employee Engagement
Employees will be engaged when they feel valued, not just for the role they fill, but for the person they are. The more connected and transparent team members are to one another, the healthier team dynamics and culture become. This document presents easy-to-implement strategies to create a more positive culture and encourage employee engagement.
Three Things Every Leader Must Do
Whether you lead a small team or a large organization, there are three things you must do. Culture is healthier and employees are more engaged when they see a clear vision, have capable leadership, are respected, appreciated, supported, and provided with the resources they need to do their jobs. This document expounds on three things: Inspire, LEAD, and Serve your team well!