DISC Flow®
GROUP Report

The DISC Flow® Group report has been designed to consolidate a team’s prominent behavioural characteristics, facilitate discussion and help identify areas for development. This report focuses on helping you find balance in a group or team by looking at the general trend of behaviours and emotional intelligence among its members.

Shape your group’s culture to build on strengths and maximise each individual’s potential.

Understanding the prominent characteristics of the group can help improve communication and build on the overall strengths of the group as well as identifying potential areas for improvement and ultimately promoting more effective team dynamics.

The DISC Flow® Group Report creates space to facilitate discussion among the group and helps build a more engaged and cohesive team. The report seeks to help you find balance and improve the effectiveness of your group, by determining how to make the most out of the strengths and manage the limitations of the group’s DISC styles.

DISC Flow® GROUP Report Features

Better understand each other using a common language

Communicate more

Identify strenghts and
limitations within the team

Reduce conflict and

The Personality Types Explained

The DISC assessment identifies four key personality types: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Compliance.


Assertive, direct, and results-driven, individuals with the Dominance personality type tend to look at the big picture. D style employees can sometimes be blunt, which team members may interpret as rude, but they operate well under pressure and work hard towards their goals. 


The Influence personality type is linked to being outgoing, energetic, and friendly. People with the I DISC profile tend to enjoy collaborating with others and motivating their team members but can struggle to consider the fine details of a project. 


Stable, predictable, and easy-going, individuals with the S behaviour style tend to enjoy a calm and structured work environment. Sometimes reserved, they prefer collaborating with people they already know in a group setting. 


With great attention to detail and a meticulous approach to their work, individuals with C personality traits may be perfectionists who struggle to take risks. However, they are dependable and organised in their behaviour in the workplace. 


DISC Flow® combines the DISC assessment with the power of emotional intelligence for a more comprehensive assessment of an individual’s personality. Emotional intelligence refers to the ability to understand, regulate, and express one’s own emotions. A good level of emotional intelligence allows individuals to effectively handle interpersonal relationships.

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To transform your workplace, bring DISC Flow® to your organisation. If you’re looking to purchase more than 10 reports, we recommend purchasing our discounted Starter Pack for your organisation! For ongoing requirements, please get in touch so we can advise you on the best solution. DISC Flow® is dedicated to helping organisations solve their people problems!

Frequently Asked Questions

While individual profiles are a useful tool, a group DISC profile is an invaluable way to unlock a team’s full potential for collaboration and communication. It’s no use having a team full of employees who only understand their individual personalities; the group assessment is a great starting place for discussions about how a team can work more effectively together.

We recommend using the DISC Flow® GROUP Report to improve the team dynamics or both new and existing teams. Helping team members highlight strengths or potential areas of limitation, a team DISC profile is an ideal jumping off point for building a more effective team.

We have three different types of DISC assessments aimed at individuals. 

The DISC Flow® CORE Report combines the tried and tested DISC model with the power of emotional intelligence for a profile that gives a comprehensive and detailed overview of the personality style. 

The DISC Flow® PORTRAIT Report offers a simpler more limited version of this offering which provides only the DISC profile results.  

Finally, the DISC Flow® LEADER Report specifically focuses on the potential strengths and challenges of different personality types in the context of leadership. 

The ideas that formed the basis of the DISC assessment were put forward by the psychologist William Moulton Marston in 1928. Marston published his theories in a book called Emotions of Normal People. 

The first self-assessment based on Marston’s ideas was created by Walter Clarke in 1956. Since then, DISC assessments have become a popular psychometric assessment used by millions of people around the world.

There is no single superior mix of personalities within a team. Instead of seeking to create the best possible combination of personalities, the DISC Flow® GROUP Report seeks to help your team find balance and learn to communicate and collaborate more effectively. 

The Steadiness profile type is the most common DISC style in the world, with nearly a third of the population fitting into this category. It’s likely that your team will contain at least a few people with this behavioural style. 

No, there are no wrong answers in this personality assessment. The assessment is only designed to provide insight into your team’s behavioural styles and provide a useful profile detailing the findings. 

The assessment does not take very long to complete — usually around 10-20 minutes for each individual. 

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