DISC assessment-nonverbals-consulting-brochure

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THE DISC PERSONAL PROFILE REPORT
The DISC Personal Profile Report provides constructive, work-based information outlining an individuals' unique behavior style.
The DISC Personal Profile Report provides detailed information about:
 Preferred environment
 Strengths
 Potential weaknesses
 Strategies for increasing effectiveness
 Behavioural tendencies
 Needs
 Motivation
 Work habits
The DISC Team Profile Report
The DISC Team Profile allows team members to understand each other’s behavioural profiles. The DISC Team Profile enables a team to move from judging others to valuing and bring out the best in each other.
APPLICATIONS OF DISC
DISC Profiles are used worldwide by leading companies in diverse applications, including:
 Recruitment
 Coaching
 Team Development
 Leadership Development
 Talent management
 Performance review
 Career Development
 Organisational Development

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DISC assessment-nonverbals-consulting-brochure

  1. 1. DISCDimensions of BehaviorNonVerbals Consulting D I C S
  2. 2. HISTORYDISC is a quadrant behavioral model based on the work of Dr. WilliamMoulton Marston (1893–1947) to examine the behavior of individuals in theirenvironment or within a specific situation (otherwise known as environment).It therefore focuses on the styles and preferences of such behavior.Dr. Marston’s Work: Marston completed doctoral studies at Harvard in thenewly developing field of Psychology. In the early 1920s Marston first studiedthe concepts of will and power and their effect on personality and humanbehavior. These findings contributed greatly to the field of psychology.Marston published Emotions of Normal People in 1928, which elaborated theDISC Theory. In this book he first formally presented his findings, though hehad written about DISC four years earlier. Marston published a second book onDISC Integrative Psychology: A Study of Unit Response.Marston viewed people behaving along two axes, with their attention beingeither passive or active, depending on the individuals perception of his or herenvironment as either favorable or antagonistic.By placing the axes at right angles, 4 quadrants form with each describing abehavioral pattern: D I Dominance Influence Conscientiousness Steadiness C S NonVerbals 
  3. 3. UNDERSTANDING DISC BEHAVIOURUnderstanding behaviour is critical for creating high-performing individuals, teams andorganisations.The DISC Behavioural Model is one of themost widely used measures of behaviour in The DISC Profilethe workplace. Its main strength is that it isjargon free and easy for people to understand Assessment is completedand use. online, taking only 10-15The DISC Assessment classifies four aspects minutes of the candidate.of behavior by testing a persons preferencesin word associations. DISC is an acronym for: Dominance Influence People are dominant, forceful and Scorers influence others, warm, strong willed. Low “D”s are mild, low magnetic and persuasive. Low “I”s are keyed and cautious. matter of fact and pessimistic Conscientious Steadiness Players stick to the rules, careful and Calm, relaxed and possessive, highexact. Low “C”s are stubborn and more “S”ers resist change. Low scores careless with details. suggest eager impulsiveness. NonVerbals 
  4. 4. THE DISC PERSONAL PROFILE REPORTThe DISC Personal Profile Report provides constructive, work-based information outliningan individuals unique behavior style. The DISC Personal Profile Report provides BRING OUT THE BEST IN detailed information about: YOUR EMPLOYEES  Preferred environment With over 2000 profile  Strengths combinations, the DISC  Potential weaknesses Personal Profile is possibly  Strategies for increasing effectiveness the most comprehensive  Behavioural tendencies personal profile available  Needs today.  Motivation  Work habitsThe DISC Team Profile ReportThe DISC Team Profile allows team members to understand each other’s behaviouralprofiles. The DISC Team Profile enables a team to move from judging others to valuing andbring out the best in each other.APPLICATIONS OF DISCDISC Profiles are used worldwide by leading companies in diverse applications, including: Recruitment  Talent management Coaching  Performance review Team Development  Career Development Leadership Development  Organisational DevelopmentFor more information:Shah Nizam | 9886.00.9796 | nizam@nonverbals.com | NonVerbals Consulting NonVerbals 

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