The principles of DISC are simple and easy to understand and apply; establishing numerous applications for this behavioral tool. At the most basic level, DISC personality reports can be used for personal development, to better understand yourself, your motivations, and why you repeatedly do the things you do. Once one can understand themselves, as well as the tendencies and communication styles of others, increased communication and understanding between individuals ensues. When applied to specific areas, such as those mentioned below, DISC styles and tools can be applied in very specific ways to achieve goals.
DISC is much more than a personality test. It’s a method of behavioral analysis used throughout the world for over 90 years. DISC theory is simple in its basic premise: All human behavior can be broken down into four different patterns of observable behavior (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Compliance).
Combined with PeopleKeys other behavioral assessments: T.E.A.M.S. thinking style, personal Values and the Behavioral Attitudes Index (BAI), you are able to understand the driving motivations of each of the DISC personality types, how they interact on a team, their core values, and personal passions. This makes it possible to predict:
The administration of a short 24 question DISC assessment is just the tip of the iceberg. It’s what you do with the results that matters most. A fundamental understanding of human behavior can be used to achieve personal, professional, and corporate success.