Do you know which DiSC Profile Behavioral Styles fit best for Social Media work?
With the rapid growth of social media, net-working, and the impact it has on business results, it’s in a company’s interest to think about who has been assigned to making your social media connections.
Have you considered which DiSC Profile Behavioral Styles would be the best fit for producing social content? Does your organization speak the language of DiSC Profiles? Understanding Behavioral Styles, and how each style relates to social media can aid any organization in bringing out the best in social media contributors.
A social media strategy that consists of using a DiSC Profile Test for understanding employee behavioral styles can set you apart from the competition. It can teach individuals to adapt to the needs of different DiSC Personality Styles within your organization to produce engaging social content.
Which DiSC Profile Style would stand the greatest chance to succeed at this challenging task?
DiSC Personality Styles Responds to Social Media
What an opportunity to showcase ME – in cyberspace – and in 140 Characters or less. I have lots of opinions, and everyone is entitled to MY opinion. “Winning!” . . . What a great use of the internet!
I never met a stranger. Now here’s an opportunity to have a cyberspace party and connect globally with everyone. Let me see now, which emoticon should I use as part of my 140 Characters?
So where to begin? . . . I’d be putting myself out there for strangers to read about me . . . and I don’t want just anyone following me. I’ll stick my toe into this cyberspace thing very slowly. This feels overwhelming.
Has this social media craze been thoroughly researched? Is it safe? What are the long term ramifications? My privacy would be compromised! My personal and professional life is my business . . . and who cares what I had for lunch, or where I’m going after work?
Using DiSC Workplace Profiles can provides valuable information about which styles are most likely to participate and provide social content. And it can be invaluable in building effective teams to engage leaders to contribute social media content. |