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What is the DiSC ®Assessment?

The DiSC® assessment classifies four core aspects of behaviour by testing a person's preferences by asking them to answer 24 key questions via an online assessment.

Once this information has been obtained, it is scored to produce a DISC ® profile.


The assessment provides a structured approach to understanding

human behaviors and preferences at work.

The DiSC ® Acronym


Relating to control, power and assertiveness; how we solve problems


Relating to social situations and communication; how we relate to people


Relating to patience, persistence, and thoughtfulness; our pace and energy level


Relating to structure and organization; how well we respond to rules and procedures

Cornerstone Principles of DISC ®

  • All DiSC ® styles are equally valuable, and everyone is a blend of all four styles.

  • Your work style is also influenced by other factors such as life experiences, education, and maturity.

  • Understanding yourself better is the first step to becoming more effective when working with others.

  • Learning about other people’s profiles makes you understand their priorities and how they may differ from your own.

  • You can improve the quality of your workplace by using DiSC ® to build more effective relationships.

DiSC ® Profile Reports


DiSC ® Insights Build Stronger Teams


DiSC ® is an effective tool for selection processes that provides a benchmark for evaluating candidates for a position.

Reviewing CVs

Team Building

DiSC ® is a powerful system for team building.  It can be used for creating and selecting teams and to help teams and individual team members become more effective.

Coaching & Mentoring

DiSC ® is an effective tool for helping people understand their strengths and areas for improvement.

Female Developers
Colleagues Going Over Plans

Job Design & Succession Planning

The DiSC ® benchmarking and assessment system can be used to manage the positions and talent in your company on a systematic basis.

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