Imagine if you knew what your professional colleagues and clients needed from you regarding communication and workplace styles! Wouldn’t that be a remarkable solution to reduce workplace conflict and increase cooperation, productivity and ultimately drive positive financial performance?
Enter stage right…DiSC® profile assessments. DiSC is a powerful and profoundly simple tool for workplace collaboration and understanding people. DiSC theory, researched by Dr. William Moulton Marston at Harvard University, is a method of identifying predictable actions and personality traits within human behavior. It is used by 70% of Fortune 500 companies and thousands of small businesses. There have been over 44 million profiles completed globally since 1970.
Marston narrowed these predictable personality traits into four DiSC personality types.
D – Dominance
I – Influence
S – Steadiness
C – Conscientiousness
Chances are, you have probably taken some sort of personality profile in your professional career. DiSC, however, is not about your skills and abilities, but about your natural communication and behavior tendencies. It is an effective way to build teamwork, collaboration and common language within teams. Ideally, your organization will have a bit of each personality type to create balance.
So, where do you think you fall under DiSC?
- Are you a D who is confident and places an emphasis on accomplishing bottom-line results?
- Maybe you are an i who tends to be more open and places an emphasis on relationships and influencing or persuading others?
- Or maybe you are an S who is dependable and places the emphasis on cooperation and sincerity?
- Perhaps you are a C who places emphasis on quality, accuracy, expertise and competency?
Here at Noetic Consultants, we offer DiSC assessments and training to many organizations, proudly having created over 1,000 individual DiSC profiles for people in organizations large and small. Clients continue to provide feedback that this training has enhanced their teamwork and even profitability.
We encourage you to discover your personal and team DiSC profiles and strengths and discover how this can create stronger, more effective teams. Contact us today, we would love to help!