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2 In His Grace, Inc. including Learning Styles & Love Language Tests

3 In His Grace, Inc. What the Youth Survey Does- Profiles normal behavior Profiles normal behavior Defines learning preferences Defines learning preferences Defining wants & fears Defining wants & fears Conflict resolution Conflict resolution 3 Rs of communication 3 Rs of communication Learning styles Learning styles Five Love Languages Five Love Languages

4 In His Grace, Inc. DISC Behavior Survey – Page 2 (Natural Behavior) Instructions: Focus on your instinctive behavior and not what you perceive is the best response. Be aware, there are no right or wrong answers. How to respond: Rank each horizontal row of words on a scale of 4,3,2,1 with 4 being the word that best describes you and 1 being the least like you. Use all rankings in each line only once. Below is an example: DominantInfluencingSteadinessCompliant 2143

5 In His Grace, Inc. DISC Behavior Survey (Natural Behavior) Instructions: Focus on your instinctive behavior and not what you perceive is the best response. Be aware, there are no right or wrong answers. How to respond: Rank each horizontal row of words on a scale of 4,3,2,1 with 4 being the word that best describes you and 1 being the least like you. Use all rankings in each line only once. Below is an example: DominantInfluencingSteadinessCompliant ForcefulLively Modest Tactful

6 In His Grace, Inc. DISC Behavior Survey (Natural Behavior) Instructions: Focus on your instinctive behavior and not what you perceive is the best response. Be aware, there are no right or wrong answers. How to respond: Rank each horizontal row of words on a scale of 4,3,2,1 with 4 being the word that best describes you and 1 being the least like you. Use all rankings in each line only once. Below is an example: DominantInfluencingSteadinessCompliant Forceful Lively ModestTactful

7 In His Grace, Inc. 1 3 DISC Behavior Survey (Natural Behavior) 4 2 Instructions: Focus on your instinctive behavior and not what you perceive is the best response. Be aware, there are no right or wrong answers. How to respond: Rank each horizontal row of words on a scale of 4,3,2,1 with 4 being the word that best describes you and 1 being the least like you. Use all rankings in each line only once. Below is an example: DominantInfluencingSteadinessCompliant Forceful Lively ModestTactful

8 In His Grace, Inc. DISC Behavior Survey (Natural Behavior) * Note:If your totals do not add up to 120, you did not complete the survey correctly or you made a mistake in adding up the totals. Recheck your work. Argumentative Bold Take Charge Candid Independent Fun-loving Spontaneous Optimistic Cheerful Enthusiastic Patient Stable Peaceful Loyal Good listener Logical Organized Conscientious Serious High standards _____ Total Risk TakerTalkativeGentleFactual

9 In His Grace, Inc. Identifying the four columns at the bottom of page 2 D I S C

10 In His Grace, Inc. Tally Box – Page 3 DC IS

11 In His Grace, Inc. DISC PROFILE High Style Low Style D I SC Extreme Strong Midline Page 3

12 In His Grace, Inc High Style Low Style D I SC Circle all plotting points above the midline. My plotting point color(s) above the midline are: Red &Yellow and...below the midline are: Red &Yellow. Colors that are not a part of my style are: Blue & Green

13 In His Grace, Inc. Defining Your DISC Styles n Dominant Styles: achieving goals results active, challenging n Dominant Styles: Work toward achieving goals and results; they function best in an active, challenging environment. n Influencing Styles: relating to people through verbal persuasion friendly, favorable, n Influencing Styles: Work toward relating to people through verbal persuasion; they function best in friendly, favorable, environment. n Steadiness Styles: supporting cooperating supportive, harmonious n Steadiness Styles: Work toward supporting and cooperating with others; they function best in supportive, harmonious environment. n Compliance Styles: doing things right focus on details structured, orderly n Compliance Styles: Work toward doing things right and focus on details; they function best in a structured, orderly environment.

14 In His Grace, Inc. Personalizing your definitions supporting and cooperating with others and doing things right with a focus on details s upportive and harmonious with some structure and order. Based on the information on page 3, write a personal definition.. I tend to work toward… and function best in an environment that is…

15 In His Grace, Inc. Lion Defining the behavior of a Lion Among the most powerful of the cat family. Capable of moving quickly when in search of prey.Among the most powerful of the cat family. Capable of moving quickly when in search of prey. Tends to roar when angry or announcing possession of its territory.Tends to roar when angry or announcing possession of its territory. Is very comfortable in an aggressive environment.Is very comfortable in an aggressive environment.

16 In His Grace, Inc. Otter Defining the behavior of an Otter Among the most playful and sociable animals on earth.Among the most playful and sociable animals on earth. Tends to be quite active and noisy, particularly in groups.Tends to be quite active and noisy, particularly in groups. When captured young, an otter makes an engaging pet.When captured young, an otter makes an engaging pet. Is most often observed creating a playful environment with other otters.Is most often observed creating a playful environment with other otters.

17 In His Grace, Inc. Defining the behavior of a Golden Retriever Among the most loyal, stable of domestic animals Tends to be friendly, reliable and trustworthy. Is very protective of family members. It loves being hugged and responds to warm affection. Is most comfortable in a safe, stable environment.

18 In His Grace, Inc. Beaver Defining the behavior of a Beaver Among the most intelligent of all the mammals in efficiency and technical skills in organizing its domain. Instinctively, a beaver is gifted at solving the most difficult technical problems in building and constructing things. Is very comfortable working alone or in small groups.

19 In His Grace, Inc. Defining what cols communicate Defining what colors communicate n Red - n Red - Tends to create an environment filled with energy and action. Red causes the blood pressure and pulse rate to increase. With red as a background, objects tend to appear bigger and bolder. n Green - Tends to create an environment that causes a favorable body response and is easiest on the human eye. Green colored backgrounds tend to make people feel cared for and secure. n Tends to create an environment that communicates harmony and peace. Research evidence has shown that light blue colors are the most effective colors in calming the human mind. n Blue - Tends to create an environment that communicates harmony and peace. Research evidence has shown that light blue colors are the most effective colors in calming the human mind. n Yellow - Tends to create an environment that communicates caution and warns of danger when associated with black letters or symbols. Yellow is the first color the adult human eye sees. Over extended periods, yellow can create feelings of anxiety.

20 In His Grace, Inc. Understanding Your Learning Preferences High StyleHigh DHigh IHigh SHigh C Assignments ChallengingPeople relatedScheduledDetailed ResponsesDecisiveInteractiveCooperativeAnalytical Strength Problem solverEncouragerSupporterOrganizer LimitationToo direct Too disorganizedToo indecisiveToo detailed Midline AssignmentsRoutineTechnicalDiverse Unorthodox ResponsesParticipateStructuredReactive Instinctive StrengthTeam playerLogical ThinkerEnergy source Risk taker Limitation Too indirect Too impersonal Too intense Too nontraditional Low StyleLow DLow ILow SLow C

21 In His Grace, Inc. Understanding Your Learning Preferences High StyleHigh DHigh IHigh SHigh C AssignmentsChallengingPeople relatedScheduledDetailed ResponsesDecisiveInteractiveCooperativeTraditional Strength Problem solverEncouragerSupporterOrganizer LimitationToo direct Too disorganizedToo indecisiveToo detailed Midline Assignments RoutineTechnicalDiverse Unorthodox ResponsesParticipateStructuredReactive Instinctive StrengthTeam playerLogical ThinkerEnergy source Risk taker Limitation Too indirect Too impersonal Too intense Too nontraditional Low StyleLow DLow ILow SLow C

22 In His Grace, Inc. Understanding Your Work/Role Style High StyleHigh DHigh IHigh SHigh C AssessmentsChallengingPeople relatedScheduledDetailed ResponsesDecisiveInteractiveCooperativeTraditional Strength Problem solverEncouragerSupporterOrganizer LimitationToo direct Too disorganizedToo indecisiveToo detailed Midline AssignmentsRoutineTechnicalDiverse Unorthodox ResponsesParticipateStructuredReactive Instinctive StrengthTeam playerLogical ThinkerEnergy source Risk taker Limitation Too indirect Too impersonal Too intense Too nontraditional Low StyleLow DLow ILow SLow C

23 In His Grace, Inc. I prefer assignments that are__________________________. My learning responses tends to be_____________________. My strengths are being a___________________________. Regarding my limitations, I tend to be too_____________ __________________________________; therefore, I need a High ______ Low _____ on my team. Defining Your Learning Preferences challenging and detailed

24 In His Grace, Inc. Understanding Your Work/Role Style High StyleHigh DHigh IHigh SHigh C Preferred taskChallengingPeople relatedScheduledDetailed Work styleDecisiveInteractiveCooperativeTraditional Strength Problem solverEncouragerSupporterOrganizer LimitationToo direct Too disorganizedToo indecisiveToo detailed Midline Preferred taskRoutineTechnicalDiverse Unorthodox Work styleParticipateStructuredReactive Instinctive StrengthTeam playerLogical ThinkerEnergy source Risk taker Limitation Too indirect Too impersonal Too intense Too nontraditional Low StyleLow DLow ILow SLow C

25 In His Grace, Inc. I prefer assessments that are______________________. My learning responses tends to be___________________. My strengths are being a___________________________. Regarding my limitations, I tend to be too_____________ __________________________________; therefore, I need a High ____ Low ____ on my team. Defining Your Learning Preferences decisive & reactive challenging & detailed

26 In His Grace, Inc. Understanding Your Learning Preferences High StyleHigh DHigh IHigh SHigh C AssignmentsChallengingPeople relatedScheduledDetailed ResponsesDecisiveInteractiveCooperativeTraditional Strength Problem solverEncouragerSupporterOrganizer LimitationToo direct Too disorganizedToo indecisiveToo detailed Midline Assignments RoutineTechnicalDiverse Unorthodox ResponsesParticipativeStructuredReactive Instinctive StrengthTeam playerLogical ThinkerEnergy source Risk taker Limitation Too indirect Too impersonal Too intense Too nontraditional Low StyleLow DLow ILow SLow C

27 In His Grace, Inc. I prefer assessments that are______________________. My learning responses tends to be___________________. My strengths are being a___________________________. Regarding my limitations, I tend to be too_____________ __________________________________; therefore, I need a High ______ Low _____ on my team. Defining Your Learning Preferences decisive & reactive problem solver & organizer challenging & detailed

28 In His Grace, Inc. Understanding Your Learning Preferences High StyleHigh DHigh IHigh SHigh C AssignmentsChallengingPeople relatedScheduledDetailed ResponsesDecisiveInteractiveCooperativeTraditional Strength Problem solverEncouragerSupporterOrganizer LimitationToo direct Too disorganizedToo indecisiveToo detailed Midline AssignmentsRoutineTechnicalDiverse Unorthodox Responses ParticipativeStructuredReactive Instinctive StrengthTeam playerLogical ThinkerEnergy source Risk taker Limitation Too indirect Too impersonal Too intense Too nontraditional Low StyleLow DLow ILow SLow C

29 In His Grace, Inc. I prefer assessments that are______________________. My learning responses tends to be___________________. My strengths are being a___________________________. Regarding my limitations, I tend to be too_____________ __________________________________; therefore, I need a High ______ Low _____ on my team. Defining Your Learning Preferences decisive & reactive direct impersonal and intense problem solver & organizer challenging & detailed

30 In His Grace, Inc. Understanding Your Learning Preferences High StyleHigh DHigh IHigh SHigh C AssignmentsChallengingPeople relatedScheduledDetailed ResponsesDecisiveInteractiveCooperativeTraditional Strength Problem solverEncouragerSupporterOrganizer LimitationToo direct Too disorganizedToo indecisiveToo detailed Midline AssignmentsRoutineTechnicalDiverse Unorthodox ResponsesParticipativeStructuredReactive Instinctive StrengthTeam playerLogical ThinkerEnergy source Risk taker Limitation Too indirect Too impersonal Too intense Too nontraditional Low StyleLow DLow ILow SLow C

31 In His Grace, Inc. I prefer assessments that are______________________. My learning responses tends to be___________________. My strengths are being a___________________________. Regarding my limitations, I tend to be too_____________ __________________________________; therefore, I need a High ______ Low _____ on my team. Defining Your Learning Preferences decisive & reactive direct impersonal and intense problem solver & organizer I/S D challenging & detailed

32 In His Grace, Inc. Understanding and Your Communication Style High StyleHigh DHigh IHigh SHigh C ActAssertivePersuasivePatient Contemplative WantControlApprovalRoutineStandards FearLosingRejectionChangeBeing wrong ResponseAngerBlame NonparticipationCriticism Midline ActCooperativeUnemotionalResponsiveFree-spirited WantHarmonyLogicalVarietyNon structured Fear ConfrontationIllogical actions Status Quo Conforming ResponseIndifferenceSuspiciousPhysical action Emotion ActAssertivePersuasivePatient Contemplative WantControlApprovalRoutineStandards FearLosingRejectionChangeBeing wrong ResponseAngerBlame NonparticipationCriticism Midline ActCooperativeUnemotionalResponsiveFree-spirited WantHarmonyLogicalVarietyNon structured Fear ConfrontationIllogical actions Status Quo Conforming ResponseIndifferenceSuspiciousPhysical action Emotion Low StyleLow DLow ILow SLow C

33 In His Grace, Inc. As a high D/C and low I/S blend, I naturally act_____________ because I want _______________________________________ If I perceive that I may face _____________________________ I may respond with ___________________________________ Defining Your Communication Style assertive control, variety, compliance to my standards losing or being wrong anger, suspicion and criticism

34 In His Grace, Inc. DISC responses to conflict High StyleHigh DHigh IHigh SHigh C ComfortableDecisiveEnthusiastic Supportive Structure FearLosingRejectionChangeBeing wrong TensionDemandingAttacksCompliesAvoids conflict ProlongedAvoids contactCompliesAttacks Demands details Midline ComfortableTeam playerWorking alone SpontaneousNon structure FearConfrontationIllogical actions Status Quo Conforming TensionBecomes quietRemains quietChallenges Arbitrary Prolonged Stuffs feelingsCovert actionsAssesses blame Sarcastic ComfortableDecisiveEnthusiastic Supportive Structure FearLosingRejectionChangeBeing wrong TensionDemandingAttacksCompliesAvoids conflict ProlongedAvoids contactCompliesAttacks Demands details Midline ComfortableTeam playerWorking alone SpontaneousNon structure FearConfrontationIllogical actions Status Quo Conforming TensionBecomes quietRemains quietChallenges Arbitrary Prolonged Stuffs feelingsCovert actionsAssesses blame Sarcastic Low StyleLow DLow ILow SLow C

35 In His Grace, Inc. DISC responses to conflict High StyleHigh DHigh IHigh SHigh C ComfortableDecisiveEnthusiastic Supportive Structure FearLosingRejectionChangeBeing wrong TensionDemandingAttacksCompliesAvoids conflict ProlongedAvoids contactCompliesAttacks Demands details Midline ComfortableTeam playerWorking alone SpontaneousNon structure FearConfrontationIllogical actions Status Quo Conforming TensionBecomes quietRemains quietChallenges Arbitrary Prolonged Stuffs feelingsCovert actionsAssesses blame Sarcastic ComfortableDecisiveEnthusiastic Supportive Structure FearLosingRejectionChangeBeing wrong TensionDemandingAttacksCompliesAvoids conflict ProlongedAvoids contactCompliesAttacks Demands details Midline ComfortableTeam playerWorking alone SpontaneousNon structure FearConfrontationIllogical actions Status Quo Conforming TensionBecomes quietRemains quietChallenges Arbitrary Prolonged Stuffs feelingsCovert actionsAssesses blame Sarcastic Low StyleLow DLow ILow SLow C

36 In His Grace, Inc. I am most comfortable being __________________________ When I feel fears of ______________ it causes tension for me. Under tension, I may _________________________________ If this intensifies the conflict, I may _____________________ Defining Your Negotiating Style in Resolving Conflict decisive & structured losing demand action & challenge others assess blame

37 In His Grace, Inc. Define the 3 Rs of Your Relational Style High StyleHigh DHigh IHigh SHigh C RespondBe directBe friendly Be nonthreatening Be specific Relate Briefness Express of feelingsFriendly tones Patient answers Reinforce The Bottom line Social recognition Time to process Time to validate Help Get out of the wayTalk to meAssurances Leave me alone Midline RespondTime to processBe Logical Focus on action Focus on activities Relate Nonverbal AssurancesAccurate Data Variety Non structure ReinforceTime to reactSupportControlEncouragement Help Give me a hugRespect privacyAre spontaneous Are flexible RespondBe directBe friendly Be nonthreatening Be specific Relate Briefness Express of feelingsFriendly tones Patient answers Reinforce The Bottom line Social recognition Time to process Time to validate Help Get out of the wayTalk to meAssurances Leave me alone Midline RespondTime to processBe Logical Focus on action Focus on activities Relate Nonverbal AssurancesAccurate Data Variety Non structure ReinforceTime to reactSupportControlEncouragement Help Give me a hugRespect privacyAre spontaneous Are flexible Low StyleLow DLow ILow SLow C

38 In His Grace, Inc. As a high D/C and low I/S blend, my suggestion to others in responding to me is _____________________________________ in relating to me with ___________________________________ in reinforcing me give me_________________________________ When Im under stress, you can be helpful to me if you________ _____________________________________________________. Defining the 3 Rs of Building a Relationship with You be direct and specific briefness and accurate data the bottom line get out of the way and leave me alone

39 In His Grace, Inc. Conflict Resolution Strategies for High D Styles How to Respond to a High D In conflict expect: Disagreement and debate Focus: On actions and goals Tone: Must be firm and direct Give: What responses Disengage: When the conversation becomes too heated How to Relate to a High D Be brief and to the point Use logic with an action planAllow time to consider your ideas How to Reinforce the High D Repeat the plan of action focusing on goals, objectives, & results Give bottomline instructionsGet out of the way

40 In His Grace, Inc. Conflict Resolution Strategies for High I Styles How to Respond to a High I In conflict expect: Denial or shift blame responses Focus: On relationships and fun activities Tone: Informal, friendly and positive Give: Who responses Disengage: When responses become too emotional How to Relate to a High I Use friendly voice tones Allow time for them to verbalize their feelingsYou transfer talk to an action plan How to Reinforce the High I Offer positive encouragement and incentives for taking on tasks You organize the action planCommunicate positive recognition

41 In His Grace, Inc. Conflict Resolution Strategies for High S Styles How to Respond to a High S In conflict expect: Need for process time when considering change Focus: On harmony and stability Tone: Be nonthreatening and patient Give: How responses; make allowance for family needs and issues Disengage: When they become quiet and you loose eye contact How to Relate to a High S Use friendly tones when instructing Give personal, nonverbal acceptance and assurances Allow time to process information How to Reinforce the High S Repeat any instructions Provide hands-on reinforcementBe patient in allowing time to take ownership

42 In His Grace, Inc. Conflict Resolution Strategies for High C Styles How to Respond to a High C In conflict expect: Cautious or negative responses Focus: On answering their questions Tone: Patient and persistent Give: Why responses Disengage: When they respond with a poor me statement How to Relate to a High C Answer questions in a patient and persistent manner Mix accurate data with assurancesAllow time to validate information How to Reinforce the High C Provide a step by step approach to a goal Provide reassurances of supportGive permission to validate information with third parties

43 In His Grace, Inc. Learning Style Survey PERCEPTUAL STRENGTHS: These are the avenues through which we take in information via our senses and begin to process it. Everyone functions with all four modalities, but we have preferences as to which helps us learn new information more readily. HOW TO RESPOND: For each horizontal row, there are 4 choices. Rank each row of words in the following way: 4.I prefer this way of learning the MOST 3.I prefer this way of learning OFTEN 2.I prefer this way of learning SELDOM 1.I prefer this way of learning RARELY Likes to move Likes to talk Likes to touch things Likes to see what is being learned

44 In His Grace, Inc. Learning Style Survey * Note:If your totals do not add up to 80, you did not complete the survey correctly or you made a mistake in adding up the totals. Recheck your work. Prefers quiet Prefers order Prefers neutral sounds May talk to self Prefers sound while working Takes notes Likes something on while working Prefers to multi-tasks _____ Total

45 In His Grace, Inc. Tallying your scores _24_ Column A: K - Kinesthetic learner _12_ Column B: A - Auditory learner _16_ Column C: T - Tactual learner _28_ Column D: V - Visual learner

46 In His Grace, Inc. Learning Style Definitions Kinesthetic learner - need full body movement in order to learn best. As children, they often get labeled hyperactive or ADHD. As adult, they say things like, I get my best ideas when I am jogging. Auditory learner - learn best when they can Hear it and Talk about it. They say, I get my best ideas when I am talking with someone. Tactile learner - like to Touch it. Their memory is often locked into their fingers and may say, I can remember it as soon as I touch it. Visual learner - learn best when materials presented in a Visual way. They say, If I can see it, I can remember it.

47 In His Grace, Inc. Defining your learning style I think my learning style (s) are visual and kinesthetic because I like learn best by first visualizing things and then taking action on what I see in my mind.

48 In His Grace, Inc. The Five Love Languages Tests for Teens Instructions: There are 30 pairs of things that parents do or say to show love to their kids. There may be things your parents do or say or that you wish your parents would do or say. Pick only the ONE item in each box that you like the best, and circle the letter that goes with that item. For example, if you like Ask me what I think better than Puts his/her arm around my shoulder, draw a circle around the letter in the first statement. Ask me what I think.A Put his/her arm around my shoulderE When you have finished looking at all 30 pairs, count how many times you circled each letter and transfer that letter to the appropriate blank at the end of the test.

49 In His Grace, Inc. Your Score n A - __________ Words of Affirmation n B - __________ Quality Time n C - __________ Receiving Gifts n D - __________ Acts of Service n E - __________ Physical Touch The letter or love language that receives the most points is your primary love language. If you score the same score for two love languages, then you are bilingual. If you score high on one love language and have a close second score, that second highest score is your secondary love language.

50 In His Grace, Inc. Understanding How I learn Circle the environment you fell most comfortable with: (1) challenging and different(2) fun and friendly (3) structured and orderly(4) peaceful and harmonious Circle the way you tend to think: (1) details then to the whole (2) whole then to the details. Circle the way you learn best: (1) hearing (2) seeing (3) touching (4) moving. Circle the pace your prefer: (1) fast with variety (2) slower with time to process. When I am in need of correction, the best way you can help me is to: When I am discouraged, the best thing you can do for me is: My idea of something I enjoy is:

51 In His Grace, Inc. Communicating my Love Language to Others My primary Love Language is _______________. Three statements from the profile assessment that best define my primary love languages are: My secondary Love Language is _______________. Three statements from the profile assessment that best define my primary love languages are:

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53 DISC Blends & Biblical Characters – UHOMY wkb. - Page 29 DISC BLENDS BIBLICAL CHARACTERS D - [Developer] SOLOMON, RAHAB, ZIPPORAH D/I - [Result-Oriented] JOSHUA, SARAH D=I - [Inspirational] APOLLOS, STEPHEN, LYDIA D/C - [Creative] PAUL, RACHEL I - [Promoter] AARON, KING SAUL I/D - [Persuader] PETER, REBEKAH I/S - [Counselor] BARNABAS, ABIGAIL I/C - [Appraiser] DAVID, MARY MAGDALENE S or S/C - [Specialist] ISSAC, DORCAS S/D- [Achiever] NEHEMIAH, MARTHA S/I- [Agent] ABRAHAM, HANNAH S/C/D - [Investigator] JACOB, JAMES [ACTS 15], ANNA C or C/S - [Objective -thinker] LUKE, ESTHER C/S/D - [Perfectionist] MOSES, THOMAS, NAOMI C/S/I - [Practitioner] ELIJAH, DEBORAH, RUTH C = S - [Perfectionist] JOHN, MARY

54 In His Grace, Inc. Tools to Measure Needs of Couples Strengths, limitations and fears Strengths, limitations and fears How and why conflict occurs How and why conflict occurs Resolution strategies based on Biblical models Resolution strategies based on Biblical models Five Love Languages assessment Five Love Languages assessment

55 In His Grace, Inc. Additional Tools to Measure Needs Assesses DISC styles and parallels DISC profiles Assesses DISC styles and parallels DISC profiles to Biblical characters to Biblical characters Measures ones Measures ones Love Language Love Language Assesses Spiritual Gifts Learning Style profile Assesses Spiritual Gifts Learning Style profile Addresses Jesus style Addresses Jesus style

56 In His Grace, Inc. What the Youth Survey Does- Profiles normal behavior Profiles normal behavior Defines learning preferences Defines learning preferences Defining wants & fears Defining wants & fears Conflict resolution Conflict resolution 3 Rs of communication 3 Rs of communication Learning styles Learning styles Five Love Languages Five Love Languages

57 In His Grace, Inc. Childrens Behavior Survey 3 Rs of communication which parallels the Biblical strategies 3 Rs of communication which parallels the Biblical strategies Learning styles Learning styles Parallels with a famous leader or Biblical character Parallels with a famous leader or Biblical character How I learn exercise How I learn exercise

58 In His Grace, Inc. For more information: Understanding How Others Misunderstand You book - Over 300 pages of information with a focus on integrating the DISC model with Biblical characters. Understanding How Others Misunderstand You workbook - Over 144 pages paralleling the Understanding book. The workbook includes six assessments (4 DISC profiles, a Role Analysis and Spiritual Gifts inventory.) Contact: In His Grace, Inc., 3006 Quincannon Lane, Houston, Texas Phone numbers: (713) , fax (713) ,


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