20 - How Your Psychometrics Can Influence Your Behaviour In Challenging Times
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20 - How Your Psychometrics Can Influence Your Behaviour In Challenging Times

Interview with a business mentor and psychometrics specialist Sukhi Wahiwala on How Your #Psychometrics Can #Influence Your #Behaviour In Hard / Challenging Times. 

Sometimes with the herd mentality, we can behave in ways that we may not be aware of. Seeing others and online content on how others are behaving can become a subconscious expectation and seeing this we may also follow along. 

An interesting question arises. How do we know we are conditioned when we don't know we are conditioned? 

It's in moments of reflection that we can pause and think about what we are doing or have done. When we become aware of our behaviours means we have progressed in the direct direction in helping not only our selves but those around us too. Are we going to get more community orientated in the weeks and months to come due to the #Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

With Sukhi we discuss human behaviours based on DISC Psychometrics and take a look at how our traits may be influencing our behaviour.  

Join me as we have a conversation around this topic. 

DISC

(D) Dominance - Person places emphasis on accomplishing results, the bottom line, confidence

Behaviours

– Sees the big picture

– Can be blunt

– Accepts challenges

– Gets straight to the point


(I) Influence - Person places emphasis on influencing or persuading others, openness, relationships

Behaviours

– Shows enthusiasm

– Is optimistic

– Likes to collaborate

– Dislikes being ignored


(S) Steadiness - Person places emphasis on cooperation, sincerity, dependability


Behaviours

– Doesn’t like to be rushed

– Calm manner

– Calm approach

– Supportive actions

– Humility


(C) Conscientiousness - Person places emphasis on quality and accuracy, expertise, competency


Behaviours

– Enjoys independence

– Objective reasoning

– Wants the details

– Fears being wrong


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