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Sunday, March 08, 2009

New DISC Resources

Hi! I just got back from our annual Inscape Publishing Conference in Washington, D.C. Inscape value-added resellers from all over the world attended sessions including product knowledge, business acumen, and ideas on how to bring DISC alive in our training sessions.

I also learned more about social media, so watch for me on Twitter soon, and sign up to follow me if you like. I have also made a commitment to do a better job of blogging!

We are in the process of beta testing a brand new DiSC resource - watch for more information about this product, which will be released sometime in the summer of 2009.

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  • At 10:13 AM, Blogger John E. Smith said…

    Hi, Paula

    I'll watch for you on Twitter - it's a real interesting place to be.

    Re social media, I would also suggest that you expand your presence on LinkedIn. It's a great site to build connections and establish credibility. You already have the credibility, so it should be a "snap" for you:).

    Look forward to seeing you in the Online World.


  • At 2:05 PM, Blogger Paula said…

    Thanks, John! It is great to hear from you as always. I am just getting started on Twitter and all. Have some catching up to do, but will hopefully catch on.
    Take care,

  • At 7:48 AM, Blogger aldrin james said…

    This is so great. I have been looking for these new disc resources for over a month now and I am so happy that I finally have it.

    DISC profile

  • At 9:11 PM, Blogger kathy said…

    DISC profile UK is a very reliable guide in choosing business employees to achieve organizational goals but, we should not always use the test to judge a personality for employment. We should see how they react on different situations instead. I still prefer scenarios. ;)


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