Respectful Behaviour Examples

Respectful Meaning Respect includes being respectful with our conduct towards someone or something. How can we be respectful towards someone or something? We can be respectful through: Positive Attitudes – Positives ways of thinking, talking, feeling and behaving. Open-Mindedness – A willingness to consider new and different. Considerateness – Courtesy. Being polite. Showing kind regard. Supportiveness…

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For the Best Self-Awareness – Do a Personality Assessment

The Best Personality Assessments Help Increase Self-Awareness What is self-awareness? While awareness can be defined as the conscious perception and understanding of our environment located externally from ourselves, self-awareness can be defined as the conscious perception and understanding of our thoughts, feelings, and behaviours driven internally within ourselves that may also influence our external experience.…

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Everything DiSC Comparison Reports

Everything DiSC Comparison Reports: Overview DiSC Comparison Report: What is it? Everything DiSC Comparison Reports are insightful and robust 10-page research-validated reports that can be created for any two participants—even people who have taken different Everything DiSC® profiles, such as Everything DiSC Management® and a direct report who completed Everything DiSC® Workplace. These reports explore…

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How to Use MyEverythingDiSC.com

MyEverythingDiSC.com Orientation MyEverythingDiSC.com Overview MyEverythingDiSC.com is a mobile-friendly, interactive learning portal that is exclusive to the Everything DiSC® solutions. An important capstone to any learning program, this follow-up site cements the lessons that users are introduced to in their Everything DiSC profiles and classroom experiences, extending their learning into the future. MyEverythingDiSC enables learners to…

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The ONE BIGGEST Difference Maker to Teamwork

How to Develop Teamwork? For about 20 years, as leaders, coaches, consultants, facilitators, and trainers of teams, a great majority of our work has been about solving problems with teamwork. Through all of our experience, what’s ALWAYS part of the solution to any teamwork challenges – people on the team being team players. As for the…

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Gender Identity and Gender Expression

Updated Human Rights Legislation July 2016 On July 28, 2016, the Human Rights Code Amendment Act, 2016 came into effect.  The amendment: Adds the grounds “gender identity or expression” to all areas of the Code (except wage discrimination based on sex). Adds the grounds “sexual orientation” and “gender identity or expression” to the non-profit exemption,…

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Objective About Subjective

What is the Difference Between Objectivity and Subjectivity? Are any of us truly objective? While a noble concept, being objective is challenging to achieve. Objectivity is acknowledging something as existing in reality, experienced in the world by others, separate from our mind, without attaching any meaning to that something. As soon as meaning is attached,…

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Spending Our Time on What Matters Most

Prioritizing Our Values Would you steal a chocolate bar? What if you got money to do it? What if you had the guarantee that you wouldn’t be caught? If your answer is “no”, meaning you would not steal, then the next question is why not?  For many of us, our answer is rooted to our…

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Accountability on Teams

Accountability Influences Success ‘Passing the Buck’ or ‘The Buck Stops Here’ Who is Buck? Apparently, the term was historically used in poker. Metaphorically, the term is used today with accountability, or potentially more directly synonymous with blame. We can take action through our thoughts, words, emotions, and bodies.  With our actions, otherwise known as our performance,…

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Poor Attitude Issues at Work

How are Attitudes Influenced? Consider for a moment that you are in a life threatening situation, and there are other people involved, whose lives are also in jeopardy. The specific situation doesn’t matter for the point of this discussion. Maybe you’re in a severe weather storm? Maybe you’re confronted by a wild animal? Maybe you’re…

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