BEHAVIORAL TRAINING DEVELOPMENT

DRIV is influenced by Dr. William Moulton Marstons works from 1928, ‘The Emotions of Normal People’, named DISC, based on Carl Gustav Jungs four personality styles. Dominance (D) is the DISC factor that relates to control, power and assertiveness.
Influence (I) relates to an individual’s approach to social situations, and their style of communication. Steadiness (S) is the factor of patience, persistence and thoughtfulness. This represent V in our DRIV Concept describing Value Oriented persons.
Compliance (C) describes a person’s approach to structure and organisation. This represent R in our DRIV Concept describing Rules Oriented persons.

ResultatPartner is using DRIV Behavior Style as part of their trainings. It is based on an individual “forced choice questions” consisting of 96 behavioral skills were you must choose between what describes you most (X) and least (Y).
There are around one million possible different DRIV profiles. We can’t hope to offer interpretations for all of these here – but this section does give descriptions for some of the more common profile shapes. We have 1134 different profiles combination attached.

Managing Director at ResultatPartner, Ronny A Nilsen, is certified user of DISC but has developed further on the usability of the personality styles.
Improve Performance Systems makes the DRIV Systems available on both individuals and team levels.

Phase 1: Introduction.
D.R.I.V © Behaviour Profile History – Ethics

Company Profiles – feature high profiles

Company Profiles – feature low profiles

Individual profiles are presented and are reviewed

Phase 2-3: Motivation & Behaviour
What motivates and demotivating effect of the different profiles?

How to adapt training style to the different profiles?

How does the different profiles under pressure?

How to customize our training style under pressure?

Phase 4: Communication & Leadership
Verbal – nonverbal characteristics.

How to create good chemistry an collaboration with different profiles?

What leadership styles work best for the different profiles?

Phase 5-6: Profiles
About how to interpret the different profiles

Valid and invalid profiles

About how to give constructive and motivational personal feedback.

Phase 7: System
Improve Training Systems (WEB based tool for scoring and storing profiles)

Implementation of software tools; Prices, update, ethics

Certification Test