Carol Throckmorton is a professional communication specialist and founder of Next Level Communication, LLC. She is certified in DISC, Motivators, Emotional Intelligence (EIQ), and Critical Thinking.
Teaching people to achieve their goals through:
- Increased understanding of themselves
- Enhanced understanding of others
- Application of communication strategies & tools
Carol was first introduced to personality and behavior assessments 40 years ago. Throughout the years she has taken many different assessments that were spot on and consistent.
Then Carol was introduced to DISC while managing a dental practice. Learning the DISC system resulted in improved staff relationships and enhanced patient acceptance of treatment plans. This occurred as the group began to understand their own style of communication and how to speak someone else’s language.
Over the years Carol has taught behavior and communication strategies to business owners, parents, Sunday School teachers, individuals, and couples who have wanted a better understanding of themselves and how they are perceived by others. The results have been life changing in achieving better relationships and self-acceptance.
Carol is also an instructor and subject matter specialist for the Workforce Development Program with Ozarks Technical College in Springfield, MO.
Consultant, certified coach and DISC assessment professional
"COMMUNICATION WORKS FOR THOSE WHO WORK AT IT."
Composer John Powell
The DISC behavioral assessment measures and provides insight into 4 primary behavioral tendencies and emotions. It explores how these come together in a personal blend to create our DISC style.
This starts with an assessment given to determine the unique filters that guide decisions for each individual, which influences their priorities. It is based on a scale of 7 motivating influencers.
Emotional intelligence is the ability to perceive emotions, to understand emotions and emotional knowledge, and to regulate emotions to promote emotional and intellectual growth. This is based on: Self-recognition, Self-regulation, Social-recognition, and Social-regulation.