DISC Profiling is a revered behavioural analysis system that identifies hidden candidate and employee attributes such as their strengths, limitations, and communication preferences, as well as insight into communicating with other DISC personality styles within your team.

The theoretical framework of DISC was developed in the 1920’s by psychologist and creator of the polygraph and Wonder Woman,  Dr William Moulton Marston.

DISC is an acronym for the four personality styles which make up the DISC model of behaviour as we know them today:

The four personality styles in DISC

Human behaviour is predictable yet complex. We are multifaceted beings, which is why the DISC model consists of a combination of the four DISC personality styles. It is rare that someone has only one of the personality traits, but it’s not impossible. Most of us are a combination of two or three with one style being more dominant over the others.

By identifying a person’s primary, secondary, tertiary or low level personality traits, the DISC model reveals the unique blend of their DISC personality styles and how this affects their:

* Everyday actions
* Personal preferences within different environments
* Communication with others
* Ability to organise
* Adaptability to change
* Response to conflict
* Approach to influencing or persuading others

And more…

The model is not about judgement or pigeon-holing nor is it a test. There is no right or wrong, or pass or fail. DISC is purely an evaluation and prediction of a person’s natural behaviour. All styles have their strengths and challenges, and all styles have their positive qualities.

To find out more about how DISC can support you in hiring and retaining your people, or you would like to request a sample DISC Profile Report then do reach out to me.

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