DISC Profiling

DISC Profile Solutions Explained

People undoubtedly work better together when they understand the way that their colleagues function. A DISC profile is an excellent way of enabling teams to build this type of mutual understanding together. By outlining what is important to people and how they perform most effectively, a DISC assessment can genuinely help individuals to understand how they can work most effectively [...]

By |April 6th, 2022|Categories: DISC for your Business, DISC Profiling|0 Comments

5 Ways to Promote Healthy Conflict Resolution in the Workplace

Conflict is a normal but sometimes frustrating part of life that can occur in any professional or personal relationship. We are often taught to avoid conflict, even to the extent of letting it build up and explode. However, this can hurt relationships, causing us to potentially miss out on moments where we can better understand and connect with one another, [...]

DISC Assessments — Measure the Flow of Workplace Personalities

Are you seeking improvements in workplace communication, teamwork, and productivity? Then join the companies utilising the DISC Flow personal assessment tool. Over 1 million people worldwide use this profiling model to gain in-depth insights into their potential. With the help of our assessment, organisations develop more effective training processes that foster employee growth. Our tools help you gain invaluable insight [...]

Personality Profiling with DISC Flow®

Are you on the search for workplace development solutions? DISC profiling is a tried-and-tested method of getting the best results from your team and can aid both personal and professional development. This article explores the four personality styles and introduces you to the next-generation of the DISC model. The model has been designed to be simple to understand and easy [...]

By |March 24th, 2021|Categories: DISC Profiling, HR Tips and Resources|0 Comments

Introduction to DISC

The DISC model is a personal development tool designed to help people improve communication and build better, stronger relationships. The model measures and describes 4 styles of behavior… D, I, S & C The Dominant Style  Those with a high Dominant Style are focused, direct, goal-oriented, and competitive.  Think of them as the type who [...]

By |February 22nd, 2021|Categories: DISC Profiling, Videos|0 Comments

How DISC and Emotional Intelligence Connect

Organisations that embrace behavioural change can rapidly improve their workplace culture, increase employee engagement and boost bottom-line results. The DISC Flow® model has been purposely designed to turbocharge this process by taking the tried-and-tested DISC behavioural model and combined it with the power of emotional intelligence to help people tap into their strengths and build [...]

By |February 18th, 2021|Categories: DISC Profiling, Emotional Intelligence, Videos|0 Comments

Remote Working with DISC

We all understand that in these changing times, many more employees are now being asked to work remotely—and facing the challenge of having to make it work for them, and their organisations. It's not just COVID-19 that has more people working from home. Teams now often encompass staff from different locations, and organisations are learning that output doesn't have to [...]

By |January 11th, 2021|Categories: DISC for your Business, DISC Profiling, Remote Management|0 Comments

How to Use DISC Assessments?

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 [...]

The (C)ompliance Personality Style, Explained

Compliance styles are the most analytical of the four DISC styles. C’s are often perfectionists, they are detail-oriented… and focused on facts, information and proof. The C-Style is comfortable working alone and is typically the most reserved of the DISC styles. They are logical, systematic, cautious and methodical. They focus on working to a defined [...]

By |September 16th, 2020|Categories: DISC Profiling, Videos|0 Comments

The (S)teadiness Personality Style, Explained

The S-style is typically the most patient and supportive of the four DISC styles. S types are calm, sincere and naturally laid back. Steadiness types enjoy working in a team environment and are eager to help and support others S types are loyal, and will work hard to maintain relationships with the people they have [...]

By |September 15th, 2020|Categories: DISC Profiling, Videos|0 Comments


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