DISC profiling is a quick but very effective way to understand an individual’s workplace behaviours, giving you a greater level of understanding of their capabilities and how they are likely to act. This information can be used to answer a variety of questions such as:
Completing a DISC assessment won't show you 'good' or 'bad' qualities in a person, it simply provides an understanding of how someone prefers to behave in their working environment and the characteristics they will display.
DISC profiling can be used to recruit, identify potential, develop individuals and teams, improve communication and get the best out of people through better management.
The DISC model is an easy-to-use but very accurate theory to understand human behaviours. It provides an increased level of self-awareness and awareness of others through a common language and framework of understanding.
The DISC model proposes people can be divided into four main behavioural styles: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance. These are sometimes referred to as DISC personality types.
*Based on the validation scores of the British Psychological Society.