Style & Integrity DISC
DISC is a four quadrant behavioural model based on the work of Dr. William Moulton Marston (1893–1947) that examines the behaviour of individuals in their environment or within a specific situation (otherwise known as environment). It therefore focuses on the styles and preferences of such behaviour.
The DISC system of observable behaviour has become known as the universal language of behaviour. Research has found that characteristics of behaviour can be grouped into these four major "styles" or "sets of preferences" and they tend to exhibit specific characteristics common to that particular style.
All individuals possess all four, but what differs from one to another is the extent of each that they have naturally occurring.
The determination of such blends starts with the primary (or stronger) type, followed by the secondary (or lesser) type, although all contribute more than just purely the strength of that "style".
DISC is used in an assortment of areas, including by many companies for a small piece of recruitment/selection process, by HR & L&D professionals (we have Everything DiSC Accreditation).
We at Performance Partners provide a wide range of DiSC profiling solutions for Leaders, Managers, Teams, Sales & Service and for other applications. More on DiSC Accreditation for Inhouse Trainers