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  • The Personal DISCernment Inventory

    $16.00$18.00

    The Personal DISCernment® Inventory (PDI®) is the foundation of the DISC Profile System. It helps you identify your unique behavioral style..

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  • Leading with Style

    $13.00

    Our behavioral traits are a serious influence on our leadership style. They also deeply affect how we view others’ leadership styles.

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  • Teamwork with Style

    $13.00

    Each temperament brings unique strengths and weaknesses to the team setting. Your behavioral style influences the way you plan and organize your work, communicate and make decisions.

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  • Communicating with Style

    $13.00

    Communicating with Style will teach you to identify the styles of those receiving your message, and discover ways to adapt your communication style to be most effective.

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  • Selling with Style

    Behavioral style not only influences how we persuade or convince others, but how we are persuaded.

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  • Time Management with Style

    Our personalities often determine our attitudes toward time: how we respond to time constraints, how we discipline ourselves, how much energy we have to get things done, and how we view deadlines.

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  • The Performance Factor: Unlocking the Secrets of Teamwork

    $16.25

    The Performance Factor, by Pat MacMillan, is about leadership, teams, and life in the 21st century organization. In large measure, this book is built around a model that describes high performance teams. The six team characteristics described in this model have proven to be exceptionally effective in designing and training teams that consistently deliver exceptional business results. It is a straightforward, easy-to-remember model that will allow you to navigate the world of teams and teamwork with confidence.

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  • Hiring Excellence: Six Steps to Making Good People Decisions

    $14.00

    People, not plans or products, are the well-spring of organizational success. Those well-suited to their individual tasks are invariably more positive in their attitudes, more motivated and productive, demonstrate higher levels of creativity and initiative, and make substantial contributions to your overall objectives. Those not so well-suited contribute less, detract from the performance of others, and require far more time and effort to manage.

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  • The Art of “Inner Viewing”

    $15.00

    The selection process involves many more unknowns than knowns. Without question, the interview is the primary source of information in the evaluation process.

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