The DISC model can help you improve the work environment. A DISC profile assessment is a highly validated tool and utilises tested methods that, if implemented correctly, can benefit both your business and your employees' well-being in the workplace. DISC profile assessments offers a quick and easy way to learn more about the personality of your employees, and it also [...]
Personalities are important in the workplace. It allows you to screen talents for better job fit, helps you have more cohesive teams, and also allows you to utilise strengths and improve weaknesses of your team members. And, there are many ways you can categorise your employees’ personalities. One of them is using the DISC model. In this article, we’ll share [...]
Intelligence in its basic form is the ability to reason, comprehend and learn. While some people are born with an innate mental acuity, most of us become more intelligent and act more intelligently as we grow older and experience different things. This type of cognitive intelligence might create a genius, but it does not always invest heavily in the feelings [...]
DISC profiling may sound like a modern concept, but its origins date back to the roaring 1920s. Psychologist William Moulton Marston studied the behavioural traits of normal people, and it was he who first classified the four DISC personality types. Today, DISC profile assessments help organisations to work efficiently, cohesively and help people develop empathy for one another. They provide [...]
When the culture of an organisation is wrong, employees come to work begrudgingly or with a sense of foreboding. Often, a lack of empathy exists between management, teams and individuals. Office politics and cliques can have a disastrous effect on the mental wellbeing and productivity of workers. So, how do you create a culture where everyone can be at their [...]
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