Directive Communication™ (DC) is a training and organisational development psychology developed by Arthur F. Carmazzi that affects how people act and react in groups and how that affects individual performance. It is a foundation of science for influencing team dynamics to cultivate high performance cooperative team cultures and bring out greater individual potential.
The Directive Communication methodology incorporates the latest breakthroughs in motivational and genetic psychology, and applies them in improving personal peak performance through cultivating an environment that supports personal success at multiple levels.
Directive Communication™ methodology incorporates motivational and genetic psychology, then applies them to cultivating an awareness of how an individual affects and is affected by the dynamics of the people around them in specific groups.
Directive Communication became the science of organisational peak performance and is commercially applied to:
- Developing Leadership
- Improving Change Management and Corporate Culture
- Team Development
- Workforce Enhancement
- Group Behaviour Modification and
- High Yield Training and Development
In a non-commercial environment, Directive Communication serves to cultivate:
- Better Personal Relationships
- Raising Children
- Becoming More Fulfilled and Responsible Citizens
The name, Directive Communication refers to the idea that communication is constant, and is constantly causing and effecting the individuals and groups involved, whether it is verbal or non-verbal.
As individuals affect and are affected by each other in specific work and personal environments, Directive Communication sets the emotional and decision making base for optimising the way people interact with each other in an organisation, team or group.
It enables individuals the ability to specifically and positively direct enthusiasm and action for themselves and the people around them.
It exposes individuals to the Mental, Emotional and Physical triggers that will lead to improvement in their quality of life in and out of work.
In essence, Directive Communication practitioners can bring out the best in themselves and others in the various groups they exist in.
(Excerpts from from “Colored Brain Communication Field Manual” written by Arthur F. Carmazzi. The Original book that introduced Directive Communication Psychology to Personal and Professional Development was published in 2002 by Arthur F. Carmazzi and was titles “Identity Intelligence“)
Leading a Wonderful and Peaceful World
Depending on your needs, Directive Communication Psychology helps you to improve communication within your business:
- Work on cultural change
- Employee engagement
- Leadership management
DCP is able to explain behaviour thanks to CBCI™ Psychometric Profile that shows how your brain works. Once done, it is easier to understand and anticipate the needs of people.
DCP is also able to tell what can motivate your employees and what they expect from you or their job thanks to the Human Drivers.
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