DiSC – Personality, Team & Profiling

DiSC® Profiling and DiSC® Workplace is two of the most important tools, in both selecting/recruiting, onboarding and developing your employees and team members, as well as develop your team and organisation.

DiSC profiling is a tool used to better understand an individual’s communication and behavioral style. It can be useful in a variety of settings, such as in the workplace, to improve communication and collaboration among team members, or in personal development, to gain a better understanding of one’s own strengths and weaknesses. The assessment can also help identify areas for improvement and provide strategies for managing conflicts. Overall, it can be a valuable tool for promoting effective communication and building stronger relationships.

We at GROWU.AE is certified and trained DiSC consultants and facilitators in DiSC® Classic, Everything DiSC®, DiSC® Workplace and DiSC® Work of Leaders.

DiSC® can a great platform for workshops and work with team development, and processes where communication, cooperation and team work is a priority. So are you looking for a great tool for headhunting/recruitment or for team development, please contact one of our consultants.

We use DiSC as one of our primary tools when developing and coaching sales teams, individuals and leaders, and when working with group and team culture & cooperation. High Performance Teams is one of the benefits from DiSC workshops.

DiSC® measures dimensions of your personality. It does not measure intelligence, aptitude, mental health, or values. DiSC profiles describe human behavior in various situations—for example, how you respond to challenges, how you influence others, your preferred pace, and how you respond to rules and procedures. It measures tendencies and preferences, or patterns of behavior, with no judgment regarding value or alignment with a skill set or job classification. DiSC is a tool for dialogue, not diagnosis.

DiSC profiling is a non-judgmental tool that is used to help individuals understand their own behavior and how it may affect others. The assessment is based on the DiSC model, which classifies individuals into four primary styles: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness. Each style is associated with specific behavior patterns, strengths, and potential blind spots.

For example, individuals who have a high “D” (Dominance) style may be seen as assertive and decisive, but they can also come across as impatient or insensitive to others. On the other hand, individuals with a high “S” (Steadiness) style may be seen as supportive and reliable, but they can also be hesitant to make decisions or take risks.

By understanding their own DiSC style, individuals can become more aware of how they may be perceived by others and make adjustments to their behavior in order to improve communication and collaboration. Additionally, by understanding the DiSC styles of others, individuals can become more effective in working with a diverse group of people.

In a work setting, managers can use DiSC profiling to build more effective teams by understanding the strengths and weaknesses of each team member, and how to best communicate with each individual. They can also help team members understand how their behavior may be perceived by others, which can help reduce conflicts and improve overall team dynamics.

In personal development, DiSC profiling can be a valuable tool for self-awareness and personal growth. Understanding one’s own DiSC style can help individuals identify their strengths and areas for improvement, and provide strategies for managing conflicts and building stronger relationships.

Overall, DiSC profiling can be a useful tool for promoting effective communication, collaboration, and building stronger relationships in both personal and professional settings.

Look at this video for inspiration on how you can use DiSC® Workplace.

 

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