Have you ever found yourself wondering why someone you know said something that you found confusing or possibly offensive? Or maybe why they did something? Likely, they have a different communication style from yours. Communication is the exchange of ideas not the exchange of words. There are several different communication styles and we essentially have different communication languages. The first step is to understand your communication style; next you learn about other communication styles and how to best communicate with each style. When you learn to recognize styles differently from your own, you can adapt your style to meet the needs of others. When both people adapt to one another, communication improves and performance improves. If you are interested in improving your results through more effective communication, it starts with you learning your style. Take the DISC profile and begin the learning process.