Personal Profiling - DISC Model
Understanding yours and others personal
Do you struggle to get along with someone at work or in your family?
Do you relate better to some people than to others?
You are not alone.
We all have people we struggle to communicate with or work alongside.
The good news is that we can make these relationships work and a great way of doing this is to understand more about your personality and that of the other person.
The DISC assessment can give you a guide to:
- Your DISC behaviour and preferences
- The behaviour you are likely to display in your current role
- Any tensions or clashes between your underlying style and your exhibited style
- Your communication style
- What motivates you
- Your decision making style
- How you prefer to be managed
What is the DISC model?
Based on the work of psychologist William Moulton Marston in the 1920s DISC is a popular, straightforward and standardised tool to assess behavioural styles and preferences.
The tool classifies people into four types (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Conscientiousness) by looking at their preferred preference.
The data is standardised from data from a large population of people who have already taken the test.
By taking the test you may learn for example that you are people-oriented rather than task-oriented.
This model can help you deal with the many people you interact with in both your professional and personal life.
By understanding that everyone has preferences, you can not only improve your personal relationships but also manage team members in a way that plays to their strengths.
How does it work?
You will be asked to carry out a quick online assessment
The results will be sent to me so that I can interpret the data
In a 1 to 1 session we will discuss the results and think about how this may be used to improve both your personal life and also your work life
How much does it cost?
£147 which includes the online assessment, analysis and interpretation of the data and a 1 to 1 feedback session lasting between 60 -90 minutes