Welcome to the Christmas edition of Ascentis TV, where we have a packed episode for you. In this episode, we have an interview with Iwaka, one of the new kids on the block in terms of small business funding, in our Tech Talk segment.
Mark will be sharing his tax tip and quick tip, and John Oddy will be continuing his series on highly functioning teams, following his previous series on financial statements.
John mentions a scenario that helps visualise the different types of people you can encounter in a seminar and why it’s important to evaluate what type of person you are and who you’re working with.
DISC is a personality assessment tool that helps individuals and organisations understand their behavioural styles and communication preferences. It is based on the four basic behavioural styles – Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness – and provides insights into how people tend to approach tasks, interact with others, and make decisions. By understanding one’s own DISC style and that of others, individuals and teams can improve communication, build stronger relationships, and increase productivity. The DISC assessment is widely used in business, education, and personal development contexts, and has been proven to be an effective tool for enhancing self-awareness and interpersonal skills.
Finally, I will be rounding things off with Admin Me. So sit back, relax, and let’s jump into the Tech Talk interview with Iwaka, hosted by Richard.
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