In the Anxiety, Stick with DISC, Motivators, and EQ webinar

In the Anxiety, Stick with DISC, Motivators, and EQ

This On-Demand event was originally presented on January 4, 2023 (60 min)


“It’s been an up-and-down ride over the last few years, and I hoped that we could just get back where we were at the start. Nope. One of the most difficult issues that has followed us out of COVID is Anxiety and Fear.” —Lou Russell

Anxiety is a psychological and physiological state that causes temporary feelings of fear and worry. For the most part, feeling anxious is a normal response to stressful or tense situations. Anxiety can help motivate us to anticipate challenges, plan ahead and push through tough times. However, when feelings of anxiety are excessive or constant and disrupt daily life, it can become worrisome. Anxiety disorders impact people of all ages and genders, and approximately 31% of adults in the United States will experience an anxiety disorder at some point in their lifetimes. 

In this interactive webinar, Lou Russell will share three sciences used to learn more about ourselves in our new world, and combine three ways of learning how to be more effective moving forward by looking at:

  1. DISC (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, Compliance)
  2. Motivations (see yourself and others) 6 choices, rank them – they don’t
    change very often w/out trauma and
  3. Emotional Intelligence (see yourself – natural and adapted self

Attendees will learn

CAN CHANGE DISC: DISC is a universal behavioral model that identifies four separate factors: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Compliance. Put simply, the DISC assessment measures how a person does what they do. It creates a language around observable behavior.

DOESN’T CHANGE Motivators/Driving Forces:

  • Knowledge – The discovery of truth.
  • Utility – Money and what is useful; ROI.
  • Surroundings – Form and harmony.
  • Others – An Inherent caring for people; helping others.
  • Power – Personal power, dominance, influence, and renown.
  • Methodologies – A system for living.


Based on your six basic interests, motivators in your life allows you to frame your perspectives and provide an accurate understanding of yourself as a person.

CAN CHANGE Emotional Intelligence (see yourself – natural and adapted self)


Lou Russell is the Founder and CEO of Russell Martin & Associates. As an executive consultant, speaker, and author, Lou’s passionate about growing companies by growing their people.

Through speaking, training, and writing, Lou draws on 30 years of helping organizations achieve their full potential. She inspires improvement in leadership, project management, and individual growth.

Lou’s upbeat and humorous stories about on-the-ground experiences will give you the passion and tools to improve the bottom line.

You will be moving, laughing, participating, inspired, and challenged. Most importantly, you will learn.

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Training Tools for Developing Great People Skills

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In the Anxiety, Stick with DISC, Motivators, and EQ

“Very informational and presented in a fun, easy-to-understand way!”

—Amy B.

In the Anxiety, Stick with DISC, Motivators, and EQ

“This webinar provided a great basis for understanding anxiety that myself or my co-workers could experience and how to ‘see’ it and how to address it.”

—Affton H.

In the Anxiety, Stick with DISC, Motivators, and EQ

“This was super helpful as I think of new and impactful ways to support leaders in my current role.”

—Carter J.

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