DiSC® Workplace Profile
Used by Fortune 500 companies, improve your bottom line by getting to know your Employees, Managers, Work Teams, and Prospective Employees! Get ahead of the competition by improving communication, collaboration, managerial and leadership efficiency, and conflict resolution with this high-powered assessment.
Organizations can use the DISC Workplace Profile Report Assessment to:
- Improve communication and collaboration among team members.
- Enhance Executive leadership and managerial efficiency.
- Enhance conflict resolution and better understand different perspectives.
- Ascertain and enhance employees’ strengths and areas for improvement.
- Aid in the recruitment and selection of new employees by choosing prospects with the desired characteristics and the innate workplace behavior you are looking for.
The DISC Workplace Profile Report is an assessment used to gauge employees, managers, executives, leaders, and prospective candidates work styles, communication, team conduct and behavioral predispositions.
The official DISC Workplace Profile Report is constructed according to the DISC model. The 4-letter DISC represents four behaviors: Dominance (D), Influence (I), Steadiness (S), and Conscientiousness (C). Understanding these characteristics allows organizations to better their workforce while increasing collaboration, productivity, teamwork, as-well as improving occupational relationships, leading to a more positive, efficient, and effective work environment.
Below is an explanation of the general DISC Characteristics of which all DISC Assessments are based:
- Dominance (D): This trait reflects how a person manages setbacks, challenges, and how assertive they are. Individuals with a high Dominance score tend to be strong-minded, goal-oriented, and decisive. Those with a low Dominance score are usually more precautious, restrained and often prefer to work with others when focusing on matters.
- Influence (I): Influence represents a person’s approach to their interaction with others and one’s ability to being persuasive and inspiring. Those with high Influence are typically extroverted, enthusiastic, and persuasive. They enjoy interacting with others and are often seen as charismatic or charming. People with low Influence scores are generally more introverted, analytical, and prefer to work independently or in smaller groups.
- Steadiness (S): High Steadiness scores indicate an increased level of patience, loyalty, and cooperation. High Steadiness can also reflect a dependable, calm, stable and supportive person, or employee. They prefer secure, predictable environments and are often good listeners. Individuals with low Steadiness scores are more adaptable, though they can be impatient, restless, and may be over-eager to seek results in the immediacy.
- Conscientiousness (C): A high score in Conscientiousness will usually mean that an individual is unimpulsive, questioning, analytical and shows a great attention to detail and accuracy. They can be seen at times as unsociable and their determination towards overcoming work challenges and activities can bring them to work long hours without much social interaction. These person’s value quality and are often quite meticulous. However, those with low Conscientiousness scores tend to be more flexible, spontaneous, and may prioritize getting things done over perfection. Those with low conscientious scores tend to be less introverted than their high conscientiousness counterparts.
The DISC Workplace Profile is intended to aid individuals identify and comprehend their personal work style as well as that of their co-worker’s workplace behavior, preferences, and work style. The DISC Workplace Assessment is meant to be used by working adults.
The DISC Workplace Profile Report Assessment provides a personalized DISC overview. This is a graphical representation of an individual’s DISC scores within the four DISC traits. One can also score borderline between two DISC traits, whereas they are assigned a two-letter symbol such as Di (Dominant/Influence). One’s DISC score is represented by a black dot on the DISC graph. As close to one of the four dimensions as well as how close to the center of the diagram a person’s scores reside, the more they are connected to that DISC dimension. At times, your DISC dot placement may be in-between two dimensions and would therefore, as mentioned above, result in a two-letter DISC result.
What Happens After You Make a Purchase?
Once you make your purchase, you will receive an email with a link to complete your assessment(s) within 2-3 business hours. Assessments are completed online from any computer 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you have purchased for “someone else,” we will email you to obtain basic information regarding your participant, including their first and last name and email address, to send them an email to complete their assessment(s).
Once an assessment is completed, you will receive your results as a PDF document in your email for you to save, share and do as you wish, along with a link to schedule your complimentary telephone or Zoom audio consultation with one of our certified/qualified interpreters to best understand your reports within 24 hours Monday-Friday. If you have completed a Myers-Briggs Assessment, your personality type will be verified for accuracy depending upon your clarity scores during your consultation appointment.
*Please note, DiSC Assessments, The TKI Instrument, IStartStrong Assessment, and The MBTI Complete Assessment do not include consultations.
Bulk Purchases of 10 or more assessments include group consultations.