DISC is an acronym for the four core styles that make up the DISC model of behaviour as we know it today: Dominance (D), Influence (I), Steadiness (S), and Compliance (C). DISC is a well-established model that measures human behaviour and helps people better understand themselves and those they interact with—and then use this knowledge to improve communication, reduce conflict and enhance working relationships.
DISC profiling is the term used to describe the process by which the results of a DISC assessment (sometimes referred to as a test) are presented and expanded upon in a detailed and targeted report.
DISC Flow profiles are genuinely unique and go beyond where the traditional DISC model ends. DISC Flow profiles are the result of an assessment that measures a person’s behavioural priorities and aspects of their emotional intelligence. DISC Flow profiles provide a comprehensive and accurate report on an individual’s personality – allowing them to harness this information and improve their working relationships.
DISC Flow profiles provide a common language people can use to better understand themselves and those they interact with— helping people tap into their strengths and build better, stronger, and more productive relationships.