DISC Profile Assessments for Professional Success
This assessment measures and provides insight into four primary behavioral tendencies and emotions, and explores how these come together in a personal blend of style to create our DISC style:
- 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
- C- Conscientious: Indirect and Guarded, Slow-paced and Task-oriented, Focuses on Procedures & Constraints, Analytical
Why DISC? DiSC profiles describe human behavior in various situations. For example, the DiSC questionnaire asks about how you respond to challenges, how you influence others, how you respond to rules and procedures, and about your preferred pace of activity. It does not measure every dimension of your personality.