DISC is a tool that helps improve interactions with others. It focuses on behaviors and measures patterns of behavior or how individuals naturally prefer to do things. DISC places no value judgment on a persons results. People are who they are. A person does not need to change who they are. However, the goal is to make temporary and effective adjustments to behaviors. Self-awareness and ability to modify will make individuals more successful. Contact Extended DISC to learn more!
The DISC model classifies 4 behavioral styles, also known as DISC profile types or DISC styles:
All of us are a combination of DISC profile types.