DISC is a simple, practical, easy to remember and universally applicable model. It focuses on individual patterns of external, observable behaviors and measures the intensity of characteristics using scales of directness and openness for each of the four styles: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientious.
Using the DISC model, it is easy to identify and understand our own style, recognize and cognitively adapt to different styles, and develop a process to communicate more effectively with others.
HOW TO USE THIS REPORT
The DISC report is divided into 3 parts introducing the DISC model, helping you understand your own style, and identifying ways that you can apply your style strengths or modify your style weaknesses in order to meet the needs of others.
ÔÇ∑ Part I focuses on understanding each of the four (4) Core DISC styles and identifying characteristics, including the tendencies of each behavioral style
ÔÇ∑ Part II is about understanding yourself and will reveal information about the tendencies that make you unique
ÔÇ∑ Part III examines and explores adaptability and offers actionable recommendations for you and others
who interact with you
With this personalized and comprehensive report, DISC gives you tools to help you become a better you – to develop and use more of your natural strengths while recognizing, improving upon, and modifying your limitations. Then, because we can easily see and hear these behaviors, we can quickly and accurately ‚Äúread‚Äù other people and use our knowledge to enhance communication and grow our relationships.
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