DISC Flow® Core is a highly accurate tool that identifies an individual’s preferred behavioural style and communication preferences. It also provides a blueprint to help people understand and appreciate what motivates others. This personalised report provides a wealth of information and insights to help you develop your potential. One that exploits your strengths shows you where to focus your energy and take advantage of areas where you are more engaged and effective.
Tap into your strengths and build better, stronger and more productive relationships.
The personalised DISC Flow® CORE report uses your assessment data to provide a wealth of information and insights that will help you develop your potential.
DISC Flow® CORE Report Features
General Characteristics & Prominent Behaviours
The Personality Types Explained
The DISC assessment identifies four key personality types: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Compliance.
Results-driven, direct, and sometimes competitive, people with the Dominant personality style enjoy a challenge. D style individuals can be blunt, assertive, and straightforward but they are good at considering the big picture and focusing under pressure.
People with the Influence DISC personality are people-oriented, outgoing, and enthusiastic. They enjoy collaboration and inspiring others with their optimism and communication. However, people with Influence traits often ignore the details and avoid difficult conversations.
The Steadiness personality is linked to thorough, predictable, and stable. Individuals with the Steadiness personality traits tend to be easy-going and enjoy a calm and settled work environment. Sometimes, they struggle with assertiveness and open-mindedness.
Individuals who have personality type C are detail-oriented, accurate, and meticulous in their work. Compliance types are often practical and creative but can sometimes appear passive or disinterested to others.
Emotional intelligence refers to an individual’s ability to perceive, understand, and control their emotions. It helps us empathise with others, communicate effectively, manage conflict, and deal with our own problems.
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Our personalities define every aspect of our working life, from the way that we communicate with coworkers and clients, to our task-oriented, detail-oriented, or people-oriented work styles. An assessment that identifies an individual’s personality type can help them analyse their strengths and limitations in the workplace, unlocking their potential to become a better version of themselves.
Furthermore, an understanding of the DISC profiles can help individuals work better with colleagues or managers by understanding their individual traits, styles, and preferences. Whichever behavioural styles that team members exhibit, a DISC report can help unlock the best ways to communicate with, motivate, and support these individuals.
While the CORE report is a comprehensive analysis of an individual’s personality style using a DISC assessment combined with emotional intelligence, the PORTRAIT report is a shorter report that uses the DISC profile alone.
If you’re looking for a full detailed analysis and personal development tips, the CORE report is the best option. However, if you want a simpler, more budget-friendly version, consider choosing the PORTRAIT Report instead.
Unlike the CORE report which provides a general overview, the DISC Flow® LEADER Report focuses on how an individual’s personality style relates to their leadership potential. This covers their leadership approach, communication style, motivators, stressors, areas for development, and much more.
Opting for the LEADER Report can help unlock your people’s potential by highlighting the strengths of their leadership approach and the areas for adaptation or improvement.
Yes, we offer a DISC Flow® GROUP Report which profiles the personality makeup of a team or group. By analysing the general trends of behaviour styles and emotional intelligence in a group, this report offers insights to help improve communication and teamwork. The group profile is designed to facilitate discussion among the group, encouraging everyone to work together to emphasise each other’s strengths and manage limitations for a more cohesive team.
DISC theory was first put forward by psychologist William Moulton Marston in 1928, but it was in 1956 that the first assessment based on Marston’s theories was created. Since then, DISC personality assessments have become a popular form of psychometric testing used by more than a million people around the world each year.
In general, people’s DISC profiles do not change much over the course of a lifetime. While people may adapt to different situations, the central personality tends to remain the same. A person with the Dominance type is unlikely to suddenly switch to a Compliance profile type, and vice versa.
No, the DISC assessment is an assessment rather than a test. You cannot ‘fail’ the DISC assessment. No personality is better or worse than the others; each personality type has its own unique strengths and limitations; a balance of different DISC profiles is beneficial in any workplace.