DiSC is the most trusted learning instrument in the industry . . .
DiSC® owes its popularity to two factors: its simplicity and its effectiveness. The online version of DiSC provides a personalized narrative DiSC profile. DiSC has 28 questions and takes just 10-15 minutes to complete. Receive your 23-page DiSC instantly online.
What is DiSC?
DiSC provides a nonjudgmental language for exploring behavioral issues across 4 primary DiSC dimensions:
DiSC Dimension Description
Direct & Decisive
D's are strong-willed, strong-minded people who like to accept challenges, take action, and get immediate results.
Optimistic & Outgoing
i's are "people people" who like to participate in teams, share ideas, and energize and entertain others.
Sympathetic & Cooperative
S's are helpful people who like to work behind the scenes, perform in consistent and predictable ways, and be good listeners.
Concerned & Correct
C's are sticklers for quality and like to plan ahead, employ systematic approaches, and check and re-check for accuracy.
DiSC Has Many Purposes
DiSC lays the foundation for high performance in a wide variety of applications. Use DiSC to help employees:
Discover DiSC behavioral strengths and Value the DiSC strengths of others
Deal with conflict effectively using the DiSC language
Improve communication skills by determining DiSC communication styles
Foster teamwork and minimize team conflict
Develop DiSC strategies to meet diverse needs
Increase sales skill and improve customer relationships
Reduce conflict and stress and manage interpersonal communication more effectively
Enhance coaching and mentoring skills
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In the early days of psychology, most researchers were interested in exploring deviant behavior, so their work focused on people at the margins of society: criminals, the mentally ill, etc. During the 1920s, an influential psychologist named William Marston wanted to study "normal" people.
In his 1928 treatise, Emotions Of Normal People, Marston developed the DiSC methodology in order to quantify and analyze people's emotional behavior and responses.