By: Srikanth Radhakrishna
The DISC (Dominance, Influencing, Steadiness and Conscientiousness) model of human behavior helps in understanding why people behave in a particular manner. This model highlights a person's strengths and weaknesses. The DISC behavioral model was originally created by Dr. William Marston at the Columbia University. It...
Finding the real meaning of intelligence
By: John Youngbauer
Smartness, Intelligence.Just a few words about smartness or intelligence. Human beings are so impressed by it, and also, by the gift of leadership.In certain ways, I think I'm pretty smart, although no leader. Many of us think the same thing. We think we...
By: Catherine Munson
Throughout time people have enjoyed classifying things, naming things. Is it animal, vegetable or mineral? Is it a solid, a liquid or a gas? And when working in a group does that person next to you prefer to use Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, or Conscientious to...
Overview of the DISC model of human behavior
By: Effie Moore Salem
DISC, means dominance, influence, steadiness, and conscientiousness. Those are the qualities of personality employers are looking for when hiring their workforce. It has nothing to do with the human skeletal system even tough there's only one letter difference. In short it’s a personality and...
Beyond IQ test ways to determining intelligence
By: Christyl Rivers
There are many ways to measure human intelligence on a daily practical and survival level. Yet there are few that measure scientifically that which is called intelligence. In fact, many researchers themselves do not agree upon what constitutes "intelligence" so even the metrics we already...
Population growth and the problems it poses
By: Bob Seery
The economic and political problems related to population growth are all interconnected of course and shouldn't be considered in unison. As the oil runs out and prices rocket inputs for large-scale mechanised farming will rise which will push up farmers production costs and raise the...
By: Effie Moore Salem
Culture clashes rather than nation against nation will cause the future revolutionary actions and global uprisings, Samuel P. Huntington taught and wrote about while teaching political science at Harvard University. That supposition is real today because of the 911 disaster in New York City and...
By: Effie Moore Salem
Ideologies are necessary in any walk of life. They act as stable alternatives to rash and uncontrolled behavior. Certainly the governing system of any nation must have in place workable perfectionistic goals that will guide them toward more effective leadership. Yet the key is reality...
By: Vince Warner
An Internet search for "Mind Map" will lead you very quickly to Tony Buzan - the man who claims to have invented them and who has registered the trade mark of the term "Mind Map" in both the US and the UK. The invention claim...
By: Blaise Pascal
Some words are spelled completely differently but actually have very similar meanings, or at least people can think they have very similar meanings. One of these word sets includes revolution, coup d’etat, revolt, and secession. Without looking at actual definitions, these words all seem...

 

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