Amy Lewis 420 Director of Marketing
I'm the Director of Marketing here at Assessments 24x7. My background is pretty crazy, and I've had jobs that ranged from Dolphin Trainer at the Oklahoma City Zoo to Operations Manager at Waste Management (what my husband liked to call Queen of the Garbage Men). I began my focus on marketing in the very early days of social media when Facebook was still called "The Facebook," and I've found that what I like best about it is that, at the core, it is all about helping people. Whether it's assisting a small business owner with developing their very first website or working with a marketing team to create a full-blown marketing plan, helping people and companies get the word out about their businesses is what I love.
I live in Washington State, and traveling is my jam! I also spend a lot of my time enjoying the activities that the Pacific Northwest has to offer with mountain biking and hiking at the top of the list.
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I would highly recommend this tool to anyone committed to professional or personal growth and development!
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According to leading experts in the DISC Behavioral Profile assessment, DISC Daily is an automated tool you can use every day to learn and practice the principles of DISC. It is a tool that allows you to gain clarity on how to improve your communication and relations with others.
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Using DISC Daily’s automated practices will allow you to:
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Scenario: When Wanda sees a homeless person, she wants to give them money. Jeff doesn’t want her to do that because he thinks that person will take advantage of the situation. Wanda feels that it’s not her responsibility to know what they will do with the money, it’s just her responsibility to be kind and do what she can for others. Jeff feels that the money would be better spent elsewhere, where he knows how it will be used. Tension in a relationship comes from what each person values. When Wanda gives, she feels satisfied, but Jeff does not. If she does not, Wanda will feel unsatisfied, but Jeff will feel fine. By becoming aware of our own motivational orientation and learn to identify it in others, we can understand the WHY behind behavior. If Jeff and Wanda can understand where each places value, they can learn to adapt for mutual benefit, rather than get frustrated with each other.
Jon Oliver is a consultant in the area of intercollegiate athletics and a leadership coach with a specific focus on professional development for coaches, administrators, and business leaders.
What does it mean when a person is plotted right in the center of the wheel?
This means that they are expressing two opposite styles at the same time. The D and the S or the I and the C. Because these are opposite styles in terms of pace, priority, behavior, and emotion, they may experience frequent internal tension and pull between those styles. In turn, this may cause external tension as others may not know which person will be present. If this person can learn to be aware and decide which style is most appropriate for the situation, this can be an advantage because they literally understand the styles at the opposite sides of the wheel.