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It’s not always easy to adapt to change, especially if it’s all happening at once. Sometimes change can be overwhelming. There’s no guidebook as to how our lives are going to change every step of the way, and there’s no deadline to prepare for. This is a moment many people turn to a life coach or a behavioral consultant to guide them through and support transition. There are a lot of guidelines coaches implement to help handle transitions and support their clients from point A to point B. Let’s see how a coaching professional can best utilize the personality approach to guide change.
DISC Theory, developed by Dr. William Marston, provides the right tools for successfully unlocking one’s potential, including the ability to handle change. The four major DISC personality styles are divided into two categories, either Active or Passive, based on how they handle change and challenges. Whether it’s taking a more active role as a leader or becoming more organized to deal with the situations we are faced, understanding personality traits and how each one specifically reacts under pressure, will help you support your client’s management of the change happening within their own life’s journey. Let’s take a look how this applies to the Active personality styles – “D” and “I” styles.
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