Knowledge of oneself is the biggest modifier of behavior.
What is DISC?
DISC is the universal language of observable human behavior, or “how we act”.
DISC does not measure education, experience, values or intelligence.
It simply measures an individual’s behaviors, or how they communicate.
The Application of DISC
With the knowledge of DISC, you can learn to understand and appreciate your behavior style, and then adapt your style in communication with others.
In fact, you can change the golden rule . . .
Rather than treating others as you would want to be treated,
you can treat others the way they want to be treated.
How DISC is Measured
DISC assessments accurately measures four dimensions of behavior, which are each associated with a behavioral style:
- How you respond to problems or challenges ⇒ Dominance
- How you influence others to your point of view ⇒ Influence
- How you respond to the pace of the environment ⇒ Steadiness
- How you respond to rules and procedures ⇒ Compliance
The results of TMX DISC assessments reveal an individual’s high and low placement in each of the four dimensions that make up their unique natural and adapted behavioral styles.
DISC assessments provide great insight into a person’s behavioral style. DISC reports help people understand how to effectively communicate and understand behavior in certain situations.