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Improve Your Communication Using DISC

Nobody tells new professionals that the most valuable skills they can build are interpersonal ones. This leaves them in a bad place though, because there's no Google search or tutorial to help their communication skills. When they talk to someone who doesn't think the same way as them, they aren't equipped to deal with it. This talk focuses on using the framework of the DISC behavior assessment to look at how people fail to communicate. Using DISC, we'll look at common situations such as face to face conversations, group emails, and presentations. We'll explore how to change your behaviors to more effectively reach those around you. You'll leave being a better team member, a better leader, and way more effective.

Refactor Your Communication Using DISC

Improve Your Communication Using DISC

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Improve Your Most Important Developer Skill: Communication

Your most valuable development skill has nothing to do with code... it's your ability to communicate. This is a problem, since there's no compiler and Stack Overflow can't help you be an effective communicator. This talk focuses on using the DISC behavior assessment as a framework for analyzing communication challenges. Using DISC, we'll look at common situations such as face conversations, group emails, and team presentations. We'll explore how to change your behaviors to more effectively reach those around you. You'll leave being a better team member, a better leader, and a more effective developer.

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