Assessment & Survey: Disc Assessment
DISC is a system of self-assessment
based on William Moulton Marston's
behavioural model that was first
described in his 1929 book "Emotions of
Normal People". As per his described
model behaviour of a typical individual
can be distributed in four major factors
or dimensions - (i) Dominance - D, (ii)
Influence - I, (iii) Steadiness - S, and
(iv) Compliance - C.
It is a way of describing the patterns in a person's behavior and using the same knowledge into understanding in order to predict how they are likely to act in a future. In case of real world application either in a workplace scenario or in a general life situation, DISC tools can come in great help wrt understanding how the individuals are going to further act in a particular situation - for example in a new job role, in a new team dynamics, etc.
So it is a complete psychometric tool DISC had become an indispensable part of everyday life in many parts of industry and commerce. That's especially true in HR, of-course, where its widely used in recruitment, but - it also had wide applications in the areas from management and training. One of the reasons DISC is of such practical value is that it is designed to look specifically at a individual's business-related behaviors.
Application Areas of DISC
♦ Leadership and executive development
♦ Recruitment and Job Evaluation
♦ Management training
♦ Sales training
♦ Conflict management
♦ Customer service
♦ Job coaching
♦ Our report and recommendations will explain the overall personality of your employees.
♦ Look deep into the ways they're likely to perform their job.
♦ Provide crystal clear idea on the key areas such as motivation, communication style and decision making abilities to describe their working styles related to their real-life working conditions and challenges.
♦ Explore further the candidate's suitability for a particular role in management, sales, service or technical work.
♦ Vividly describe their approach to working relationships and teams.