The DISC profile
The DISC profile is a tool that helps individuals identify their behavioural types and styles across four primary dimensions:
· Dominance: how the individual responds to problems and challenges
· Influence: how the individual influences others to their point of view
· Steadiness: how the individual responds to the pace of the environment
· Compliance: how the individual responds to rules and procedures set by others
The original DISC model was developed by William Moulton Marston in the 1920’s and is today probably the most widely used personality assessment tool in the world.
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