Category: DISC Theory and Application
Articles and Videos
Athlete Assessments has a series of videos in which Bo Hanson answers questions we receive from our clients and contacts. The most interesting topics are covered from a wide range of issues. Benefit from these insights and you are also very welcome to submit your question too.
In this video Bo Hanson explains DISC behavioral profiling and why it is critical for coaches and athletes to reach peak performance in their sport. Recorded during an ABC TV Interview, don’t miss these important insights.
An earlier video covered how long adaptions can be made successful and in this this video Bo Hanson shares key strategies for maintaining an adaptation in your DISC style during the heightened pressure of sports competition. We can often managing the necessary shifts in behavior required under regular situations, but how do we successful maintain poise under stress and pressure? Find out here some strategies for maintaining DISC adaptations under stress or pressure here.
A key factor in successful coaching is being able to adapt to the situation and people you are working with. In this video, Bo Hanson discusses how long you can successfully maintain an adaptation from your natural DISC Style and key tips on being more successful in this area.
Every team includes team members with a wide variety of individual DISC styles, so it can be a challenge for coaches to be able to engage and communicate effectively with everyone at one time. Watch Bo Hanson as he answers this critical question to find outs how to successfully communicate to all your athletes (given their diverse individual DISC styles) at the same time and specifically during a time pressure situation.