The DISC assessment is a behavioral assessment tool which identifies four types; Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness. In describing the differences between the behavioral types, the tool emphasizes the uniqueness of each type and while expanding upon what is needed and expected by the behavioral type. Communication between and among types improves when an understanding of others based upon their type is achieved. It is through understanding ways to adapt to different behavioral types that tension is reduced and increased cooperation and trust in relationships can be built. When the DISC assessment is combined with the motivators assessment, individuals become aware of how behavioral types are influenced by what is valued. The results from the motivators assessment helps individuals better understand their value hierarchy and belief systems and how these two components interact to filter and guide decisions toward results.
- Understanding Your Own Personality Type and Preferences
- Understanding the Personality Preferences of Others
- Appreciating Each Style and Working More Collaboratively with Each Style