Are you keen to learn your natural strengths, weaknesses, motivators, and de-motivators so as to allow for effective performance improvement?
Based on the DISC® theory of Swiss psychiatrist Carl G. Jung and psychologist William Moulton Marston, behavioural assessment tools provide information to enable you to maximise your work performance. And Extended DISC® is currently regarded by many as one of the top five psychometric behavioural assessment tools available today.
The Extended DISC® Behavioural Assessment is a self-assessment that identifies the strengths and development areas of an individual. It provides specific and unique tips for individuals to support their development and enhance communication and leadership in the workplace.
For individuals, you can:
- get the best from yourself, your people and your organisation
- make career choices that play to your strengths
- ddentify ideal job roles, key strengths and motivators
- discover previously unknown development areas and devise suitable action plans in response
For teams, you can:
- improve recruitment by employing the right person with the best natural characteristics for the role
- improve individual performance of team members by better understanding their strengths motivators, development areas, and the management style they respond to best
- identify the areas where they can make the greatest gains in the shortest time
- improve team dynamics by looking at the behavioural style of a team as a whole
- understand where gaps exist and what key strengths are under utilised
The DISC model describes four main styles: D, I, S, and C. D is for Dominance/Driver, I is for Influence/Inspiring, S is for Steadiness/Submission, and C is for Conscientiousness/Correct. Everyone is a mixture of each style, but most people tend to fall into one or two main DiSC style quadrants.
Organisations and individuals can quickly adapt to the theory and apply it comfortably in their day to day interactions. The success of the model is primarily based on its user-friendliness. It is easy to learn and use, so as to enable you to communicate and lead better, and eliminate expensive mistakes, wasted resources and time, and costly problems.
The Extended DISC® Behavioural Assessment comprises 24 questions (48 sub-questions). The ipsative style assessment identifies both a person’s ‘natural’ and ‘adapted’ behavioural style – something many profiling tools fail to do. Understanding your Extended DISC® behavioural style will enhance your success, both professionally and personally.
Claire is an Extended DISC Practitioner® and FinxS Practitioner, meaning she can provide you with expert analysis and a report customised to your individual requirements. Please contact Claire to discuss obtaining an Extended DISC® Behavioural Assessment, whether for your team or for you individually.