UNDERSTANDING THE DISC PROFILE
DISC is a neutral, universal and silent language measuring OBSERVABLE behaviour only.The DISC System is a user friendly, powerful, insightful and exciting way to identify the styles in which a person behaves. Understanding another person’s DISC Profile and adapting one’s own behaviour to suit that behavioural style opens up an arena of communication and understanding between two people and helps to build upon their relationship. A person’s behaviour is measured against these four Behavioural Factors:
Dominance: Measuring how you respond to problems and challenges
Influence: Measuring how you respond to people and influence others
Steadiness: How you respond to change and pace yourself
Compliance: How you respond to rules and procedures set by others
All people exhibit some behaviour in each four factors and it is important to note that a person’s DISC Profile is the sum of the intensity of all four factors (DISC). The TTI/Success Insights DISC Profile measures both the Natural Behavioural Style of a person, and the Adapted Behavioural Style of a person. Understanding the disparity between a person’s Natural (preferred) style and their adapted style gives a huge amount of insight into a person’s energy levels, productivity and sustainability. The assessment guides all parties in leveraging behaviour for success, maintaining self esteem throughout.