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DiSC Personality profiles provides a simple way to measure human behavior. The foundation of the DiSC model was originally created by William Moulton Marston in 1928 when he first wrote the book, Emotions of Normal People. In his book, Marston identified four primary emotions in people.
Applying DiSC in your daily work environment will have significant benefits:
Better communication with employees, customers and business partners
Stronger customer relationships
Building teams based on the strengths of the employees
Creating high performance teams
Managers responding more specifically to their employees
Targeted distribution of tasks according to the strengths of the employees
Reduced potential for conflict
Satisfied employees with increased productivity
DISC’S MAIN STYLES ARE:
Direct & Determined
The dominant type likes challenges and quick results. He is very confident and decisive. Type D needs freedom and decision-making authority. They often act quickly and without further ado. Dominant personality types can appear harsh and aggressive.
Behavioral Style Priorities: Action – Challenge – Results
Optimistic and open minded
The initiative type likes to work in teams and share his ideas with others.
He is very expressive and enthusiastic. Type I enjoys work and loves social interaction. You involve new people and situations, entertain you and appear charming.
Behavioral Style Priorities: Enthusiasm – Action – Collaboration
Sensitive and cooperative
Steady people are very cooperative and enjoy working in the background.
They have a balancing, harmonizing and stabilizing effect. They are looking for solutions that work for everyone involved and have difficulties with changes and conflicts. Steady people like to work in teams and are very careful when dealing with colleagues and customers.
Behavioral Style Priorities: Collaboration – Support – Stability
Carefully and correctly
Conscientious people have a preference for numbers, data and facts. They are happy to work with specified processes and standards. They work systematically and plan ahead. Their strong focus on logic makes the person often appear distanced. Behavioral Style Priorities: Stability – Accuracy – Challenge