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October 9, 2013

Check Out My New Personality Styles Video And Profiles!

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Almost two decades ago I began realizing just how important understanding personality styles was to me and my business. Even though I thought I knew personality styles well, I really didn’t.  Many times I was failing with team members because I didn’t understand how to guide and direct them according to their own personality style. Instead, I communicated with mine. Why is bad communication so destructive?

Check out the trailer below and then click the Instant Access! button for the full Personality Styles training video!

Chris LoCurto, Leadership, Business, Strategic Planning, LifePlan, #CLoTribe

Most people take a personality profile, find out what they are, and that’s the end of it. That’s why I have created an in-depth video and workbook to help your whole team understand how to communicate effectively with each other, which causes your entire organization to win!  

  • The DISC test is designed to help each member of your team understand their unique personality style. If you’ve already taken the DISC test, great! You’re ready to use the video lesson to better understand how to communicate. If you haven’t taken a DISC test, this is a vital tool for you, your team and family. The online test is quick and simple. You answer a series of questions and a detailed explanation of your unique personality style is delivered in a PDF report. There are four personality types and each of us is a combination of: product_disc_test(D) Dominance: Results Oriented, Drive, Competitive (I) Influencing: Persuasive, Inspiring, Enthusiastic (S) Stabilizing: Amiable, Democratic, Patient (C) Cautious: Analytical, Detail Oriented, Systematic  
  • With a DISC test, you’ve got just enough information to be dangerous. The 45 minute video lesson on Understand Personality Styles is an in-depth coaching session on how to not just understand your personality style, but others as well. The goal is to “lean in” to the personality style of the team or family member you’re communicating with. So many times, we learn our style and expect everyone to communicate to us in our style. Great communication doesn’t work that way. In the video lesson, I’ll teach you:

    • How to read your DISC test and understand the Natural and Adaptive graphs
    • The differences between mature and immature D, I, S, and C personalities
    • How to be a great leader or team member as a D, I, S, and C
    • How to determine the personality of your customer and make the sale
    • How to prevent conflicts through great communication
    • How to understand personalities styles in their environments
    • How to implement great communication at work and at home
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  • The workbook will guide you through the video lesson and give you the opportunity to participate in the lesson through fill-in-the-blanks as well as take notes. The workbook will become a quick reference guide for you in future communication – look through your completed workbook from time to time and freshen up on the information from the video.

Chris LoCurto, Leadership, Business, Strategic Planning, LifePlan, #CLoTribe

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  • http://www.MakingChips.com/ Jason Zenger

    Chris, I bought your Leadership Package, followed your instructions to have my leadership team take the profile test, and watched the video, but I still have some unanswered simply questions:
    1) How do my team members summarize their profiles, so they can display and explain their profile more effectively? With a staff of 25, asking everyone to read a 20 pages profile 7 times is not appealing nor do I think it will be effective. Even if we limit the exposure to the people who they interact with the most, it is still 15 people x 20 pages x 7 times. I would like to have a one page profile posted on each person’s desk, so that when someone speaks with them, they can understand the profile quickly.
    2) When you reference “personality style” in the context of business, are you referring to natural or adaptive? At first, I assumed natural, but adaptive makes more sense in a business environment.

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  • Brian Hosan

    Can’t wait to go through this with my Wife! and then my team! Thanks for making this resource Chris!

  • http://CorporateCultureRevolution.com/ Bob Winchester

    Nice work CLo team! This looks great!

    Seems like personality styles is like anything else, if you want to be good at it, you have to give it time and energy.

    Looking forward to diving into this and learning…

  • http://JonDHarrison.com/ Jon D Harrison

    Life changing material here, Chris! I’m excited to see you taking personality style understanding to the next level. It starts with knowing self, and then works it way out to understanding others – we get out of this what we put into it!

  • http://www.sieverkropp.com/ Mark Sieverkropp

    Hey brother! Excited to take a look at this product and dig into it with you when we chat later this week!

    So excited for all you have going on!!

    • http://www.lilykreitinger.com/ Lily Kreitinger

      I take that you’re excited?

      • http://www.sieverkropp.com/ Mark Sieverkropp

        Getting to be one of the first to grill him about his product? Of course I am! ;)

  • tbric

    Nice library! I’ve been waiting to see some cabinetry in your house. Next kitchen video better have some better shots of the cabinets in it!