DISC Analysis

ASSESSMENT OF WORKPLACE BEHAVIOUR

DISC is a web-based, on-line questionnaire that can assess the person's individual working behaviour style. Leaders can better understand their colleagues and potential candidates with the support of the questionnaire results. It helps workers to recognise their own strengths and areas of opportunities. It takes 15-20 minutes to complete the DISC survey. Then, a 15-20-page personalised report, analysis with text, will be generated by the system on the basis of these results. A BM - motivations, values questionnaire can be an excellent supplementary tool for the DISC questionnaire. The developer of both DiSC profile questionnaires: Maximum Potential / Essential Insights. WHAT DOES DISC STAND FOR?

  • D - Dominance
  • I - Influence
  • S - Steadiness
  • C - Compliance

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PERSONALITY TYPES

Dominance (D)

A person with a “D” style is motivated by the bottom line, he/she is extroverted. His/her behaviour is direct with a sense of independence. This kind of person places emphasis on accomplishing results, the bottom line, dominance, competency, action, initiation, audacity and determination and dynamism.

Influence (I)

A person with an “I” style is focused on people, has an extrovert approach and socially confident style, is direct and candid, is described as confident, convincing, enthusiastic, warm, popular, social, impartial and optimistic.

Steadiness (S)

A person with an “S” style is focused on people, is introverted, a real team player, characterised by slow pace and comforting style, is described as gentle, patient, a good listener, calm, sincere and understanding, values close relationships with other people.

Compliance (C)

A person with a “C” style is motivated by the bottom line, is introverted, self-supporting and systematic, prioritizes work, is described as accurate, analytical, conscientious and careful, precise, diplomatic, fact-finding with high standards.

STYLE ANALYSIS IN GRAPHIC FORM AND WHEEL DIAGRAM

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The person's behaviour style can be illustrated by two graphical representations. Both figures represent the person's natural style, the way he/she naturally acts upon stimuli, and his/her adopted style as well, the way he/she reacts to the whole environment, and the type of behaviour he/she feels necessary to be successful in the given job (stress-profile).

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