Why use a DISC personality assessment?
As the world’s most popular behavioural assessment tool DISC offers a simple, practical, easy to remember and universally applicable model. It provides insight into four primary behavioural tendencies and emotions. It explores how these come together in a personal blend of style to create your very own DISC style.
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D – Dominance:
Direct and guarded, fast-paced and task-oriented, focuses on problems & challenges, assertive.
I – Influence:
Direct and open, fast-paced and people-oriented, focuses on people & contacts, persuasive.
S – Steadiness:
Indirect and open, slow-paced and people-oriented, focuses on pace & consistency, supportive.
Indirect and guarded, slow-paced and task-oriented, focuses on procedures & constraints, analytical.
Benefits of learning and applying the DISC personality assessment
The DISC assessment and report makes it easy to identify and understand our own style, recognise others and cognitively adapt to different styles, and develop a process to communicate more effectively with others.
DISC profile assessments can help you and your team:
Understand how to respond to conflict, what motivates you, what causes stress and how you solve problems.
Improve working relationships by recognising the communication styles of other team members.
Minimise conflict and improve team performance.
Develop stronger sales skills by identifying and responding to customer styles.
Manage more effectively by understanding the personalities and priorities of employees and team members.
Become more self-knowledgeable, well-rounded and effective leaders.
People generally make the mistake of assuming that others interact and think the same way they do, and many of us grew up believing in The Golden Rule: treating others the way you would like to be treated. Instead, we encourage another practical rule to live by – what Dr. Tony Alessandra calls The Platinum Rule®: to treat others the way THEY want to be treated.
DISC is NOT: a measure of intelligence, skills, education or experience, or an indicator of values.