The DISC is an empirical assessment that answers the question of “HOW” an individual prefers to use one’s talents. It sheds light on the way people behave, communicate, and react in the workplace.
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What the D.I.S.C. is
The Science behind
The Science behind Our DISC Assessment
The DISC assessment is rooted in the science of personality psychology and behavioural analysis. It was developed with the purpose of understanding and predicting human behavior in various contexts. Based on the pioneering work of psychologist William Marston in the early 20th century, the assessment identifies and categorizes individuals’ behavioral styles across four dimensions.
He proposed that individuals exhibit different behavioral patterns based on their preferred way of interacting with their environment. These styles are based on observable patterns of behavior and are believed to reflect individuals’ natural tendencies in various situations.
Rooted in psychology & behavior analysis, the DISC assessment, inspired by Marston's legacy, unveils 4 behavioral styles.
The DISC assessment provides valuable insights into how individuals interact, communicate, and behave. Through the assessment, individuals gain a deeper understanding of their natural tendencies, strengths, and areas for growth. It can be used to enhance self-awareness, improve interpersonal dynamics, and optimize performance in work environments.