DISC Assessment Tools 


What are DISC reports designed to do?

 

Effective communication provides the foundation for all successful personal and professional relationships.

 

We humans possess impressive vocabularies comprised of hundreds of thousands of words and have access to revolutionary tools such as the Internet, cell phones, and faxes to support us in communicating effectively.

Even with our innate abilities and the technological tools at our disposal, the alarming number of failed relationships and dissatisfied workers are evidence that none of us are as effective in expressing ourselves or understanding other people as we would like to believe.

 

The DISC Reports are designed to change all that. These instruments allow you to better understand your own behavioral and communication style as well as identify the styles of all those around you.  When we communicate effectively, we succeed.

 

What are the benefits of DISC reports?

 

In our coaching practice, we use these DISC assessments to help us discover "HOW" you go about doing what you do.  This refers to your observable behavioral style and how you are perceived by others.

 

         For example, are you a real "people person" -- someone who is optimistic, outgoing, and persuasive?

         Are you aggressive, competitive and goal oriented?

         Are you patient, relaxed, and predictable?

         Are you an orderly person who needs lots of data before making a decision and wants things to be right?

 

We all fall somewhere on the continuum for each of the four behavioral tendencies listed above.  Leveraging these Managing for Success (MFS) reports, we get a clear picture of the behaviors that you are engaging in that are either optimal or detrimental for your natural behavior style.  With this information we eliminate all the guesswork -- we can now focus on the areas where your strengths are being under-utilized and develop the action plans that will result in your success.

 

Who uses DISC reports?

 

DISC reports are used wherever people need to communicate more effectively.  More specifically, we commonly use the reports with the following groups:

 

         Executives

         Managers and Employees

         Sales Professionals

         Teams

         Potential Job Candidates

         Customer Service Professionals