DISC Profile Summary Analysis

DISC Personality Traits

DISC Personality Profiles – Enhancing Personal Interdependence and Team Work

Making a difference – to get ahead in life you need to make an impact.

The reasons why you entered the world of work are by now probably lost in the mists of time.

But at the outset, you most likely wanted to make a difference to the world around you.

And in so doing the hope was that you would achieve:

  • RESULTS that matter
  • A REPUTATION for success and achievement
  • CAREER progression
Get the right people in

Know yourself then seek to know others

Knowing yourself is the first stage to making success happen.

Completing our online DISC profiling assessment is the launchpad for your future.

By working through your own DISC profile and then looking at how to best interact with others, you will discover:

  • Why others VALUE your contribution and maximise your effectiveness
  • Where to look to UNLOCK your optimum performance
  • How to enhance team work and productivity

DISC reveals those essential insights about your potential, what motivates you, your core strengths and limitations.

Understanding how DISC works will add a high level of certainty to how you work, engage with others and create value.

DISC – Make the most of yourself, as that is all there is.

Personality and Temperament Assessment – DISC

Knowing who you are, what motivates you and almost as important what demotivates you, is the foundation of a successful and fulfilled life.

It means you can play to your strengths and work around your limitations.

When you know how you would like to be treated, it gets even better.

Once you have a full grasp of your own self-image, you can then start to discern how others might think, act and feel.

What is DISC?

The DISC acronym stands for

  • Dominance – concerned with power and authority, getting the task done
  • Influence – concerned with people, who does what and how to motivate them
  • Steadiness – concerned with pace, the speed at which things get done
  • Compliance – concerned with process – the way things get done

Making DISC work for you….

“I could have been someone!”

In the song Fairytale of New York, by Shane McGowan and Kirsty MacColl, they sing this line “I could have been someone,” to which McColl sneers “Well so could anyone!”

“Before one is understood, one needs to understand” –

Imagine if there was a way that could unearth your hidden talents, awaken those dormant strengths, and reveal unused talents and skills or possibly even open up closed career paths.

Imagine being able to walk into a work situation confident that you are the best you can be, and based on that fact, you project yourself in the best way possible, whatever the situation.

Communication with others in the team becomes more straightforward, your confidence soars and so does productivity

Knowing yourself is the first step in knowing others.

If you would like to complete our DISC assessment, call us on 0117230 3166 for a confidential briefing of what is involved and how it works for you.