Correct Answers in Red.

1. “Explaining DISC to Others … Use Elevator Scenario” (Slide 4)
Select which scenarios could be used to show how the differences in each style.

a. Shopping at the grocery store
b. Driving on the freeway
c. Packing for a vacation
d. All of the above

2. “Motivator Match-up” (Slide 7)
If you are replacing the photos, it is best to avoid political and religious figures.
a. True
b. False

3. “Natural Graph II” (Slide 8,9)
Which of the following statements, on page 6 of their DISC Report will you ask participants to underline?
a. Graph II represents the home environment.
b. Graph II represents both your 24-7, work & home environment.

4. Interpreting Graph Points (Slides 10-21)
When explaining to others how to interpret their Natural Graph II, which of the following statements are true?
a. You only need to discuss the points above the energy line.
b. Reviewing points above, below and at the energy line are important.

5. “Strengths, Motivators & Communication Tips” (Slides 25-27)
What technique can you use to help engage participants?
a. Read the power-point content to the participants.
b. Ask for volunteers to share one of their Strengths, or Motivators or Tips.

6. “Create Your DISC Summary” – Pair and Share (Slide 28)
When organizing for the “Pair and Share” activity on this page, which of the following apply?
a. If it is a team training, putting them in pairs will encourage more discussion.
b. If it is a general population just let them organize themselves.
c. If it is a team training, strategically create pairs to foster conflict resolution.
d. If it is a general population, it is best to select at least 2 people from different styles to be in a group.

7. “Adaptive Graph & Natural Graph” (Slide 29-33)
When comparing Adaptive Graph with Natural Graph which of the following need to be addressed?
a. If Adaptive and Natural are similar.
b. If Adaptive and Natural are different.
c. If different, for what period of time does that represent?
d. All of the above.

8. “DISC Style … Non-Verbal Examples” (Slides 35-36)
In a training session you can easily demonstrate how each style does a handshake: e.g. D-firm, I-enthusiastic, S-calm, C-brief or avoid altogether.
a. True
b. False

9. “Going to Italy? Wise to try to speak?” (Slides 41-42)
Using a country analogy to explain the value of adapting helps receptivity by:
a. Using a practical, non-threatening example that people can relate to.
b. Providing reassurance that you are not trying to change who they are.
c. Emphasizing a little stretching can help to generate improved communications.
d. All of the above.

10. “DISC Styles – Case Scenarios” (Slide 44)
When facilitating the Case Scenarios activity encourage participants to refer back to the pages 23 and 24 in their DISC Report so they can:
a. Just identify the style of the example.
b. Identify the style of the example and write a response based on that style.

11. “DISC Styles – Typically Require Extra Adapting’ (Slides 45-47)
When a D is communicating with an S it takes extra stretching because their pace and priority are different.
a. True
b. False

12. “Emailing Decoding Worksheet” (Slides 49-53)
When facilitating the Email Decoding activity it is important to… Select all that apply:
a. Just have participants tell you the style of each example.
b. Ask participants to create an email response that is a match for each example.
c. Check participants’ work-in-progress to see if anyone needs assistance.
d. No need to review answers in the session.

13. “Two Tips,…” (Slide 58)
You might want to replace the “Business Networking” scenario if there is a better fit for your organization. One example is: “All-Hands-Meeting”
a. True
b. False