Common questions about Discus and DISC
What does Discus profiling cost?
How do I get started with Discus?
Can I send questionnaires to my candidates online?
Can a person completing a questionnaire read their own report?
Do I have access to all my profile reports?
How can I recover a lost or forgotten Discus password?
Is training available?
I received a test invitation, but I'm not able to use it.
I completed an invited questionnaire, but I didn't receive a copy of my report.
Can I try Discus for free?
What does Discus profiling cost?

Discus profiles start at just $35 each, with discounts available for more substantial purchases.

For new accounts, we offer a whole range of useful extras. Find out more on our pricing page.

How do I get started with Discus?

Getting started with Discus is easy. You'll just need to take a few minutes to sign up for an account, and then you'll be ready to start creating profiles right away.

Can I send questionnaires to my candidates online?

Discus provides an entire suite of features to make this process easy and automatic. At the simplest level, you can simply enter a person's e-mail address, and Discus will send them an invitation and then display and manage the questionnaire. Once the questionnaire is complete, a report will immediately be compiled and added to your accounts.

Discus also provides lots of options for your to customise this process to meet your exact requirements. For example, you can arrange to be automatically notified and sent a copy of the report as soon as it is available.

Can a person completing a questionnaire read their own report?

This is a decision you can make as you set up an invitation. There's no requirement to share the report, but you have the option of doing so if you wish.

Discus can also provide an intermediate solution through the 'Feedback' report, which is an alternative version of the report specifically designed for this purpose, providing a readable and accessible summary of the results.

Do I have access to all my profile reports?

Every DISC profile produced on your account is held in your own secure Discus database. You can access, review and manage those reports at any time. Discus even provides extra features to assess the results in combination, such as comparing candidates against the needs of a role, or assessing how individuals would work together in a team.

How can I recover a lost or forgotten Discus password?

It's easy to reset your Discus access details. You can start the process from the Discus sign-in page, or by following the link below. Discus will handle resetting your access through your registered e-mail address.

Is training available?

We offer a comprehensive online video training course introducing the DISC system and its workings. The course is free if you sign up for an account with fifty credits or more.

Discus itself offers an interactive guide to get your started, and extensive help resources throughout the system.

I received a test invitation, but I'm not able to use it.

There can be various reasons for this. The invitation code might already have been used, or it might simply have expired, or been cancelled by the user who originally set up the invitation.

Your best course of action in a situation like this is to get in touch with your invitation provider and ask them to set up another invitation for you.

I completed an invited questionnaire, but I didn't receive a copy of my report.

When a Discus user sends out an invitation, they can choose whether to give you access to your report or not, so it may simply be that this option isn't active.

If you think you should have received a report, your best course of action is to contact the person who sent you your invitation; they will have the option of sending you a copy.

Can I try Discus for free?

Sorry, we aren't able to offer free trial profiles, but if you want to try the service, remember that you can set up a Discus account with just a single credit.

If you want to see what Discus can produce, take a look at our extensive library of sample reports.

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About DISC Personality Assessment

A quick introduction to the advantages of a DISC personality profile

Every business involves people, and so every business needs a way to work with people more effectively. DISC personality assessment gives you that advantage, whether you're hiring or assessing, or need ways to help motivate people or improve relationships. DISC gives you an approach to people that's both systematic and reliable, helping you to understand personal drives and attitudes at a deep level.

A DISC machine

According to research, more than half of the world's organisations now use personality assessment as part of their recruitment process. DISC is one of the most popular of these assessment tools, providing a simple and efficient personality test coupled with dense and thorough reporting techniques. From the factors that it measures, DISC can build a detailed picture of a person's individual drives, helping to match an individual not only to a role, but also to the people around them.

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Putting DISC Assessment to Work

Based on the quick and simple DISC questionnaire, you can build up a detailed insight into any candidate's personality. From this you can extrapolate their likely performance in whole range of different roles and situations, and it's easy to see how this provides a real advantage in hiring and recruitment. Among the huge variety of personality elements explored by DISC lie such aspects as drive and determination, confidence and communication, empathy, reliability and organisation. It's easy to see how an insight into features like this can help you make strong and effective recruitment decisions.

The DISC advantage

A DISC profile gives you powerful advantages in recruitment, but it can do much more beside. Understanding individual personality styles brings benefits in just about any business situation that involves dealing with people. Team building is an obvious example, and DISC assessment can be hugely useful in understanding the roles of individuals within a team. DISC also has a vital part to play in performance assessment and review, as well as fields as diverse as leadership, training, counselling, sales and support. In all these situations and more, DISC personal assessment can help you to get the most out of people.

Applications of DISC assessment

Using DISC Assessment

Choosing a candidate with DISC

The process of applying DISC could hardly be easier. The are various different ways to administer a DISC test, but the most direct and straightforward is to handle the process online. With this kind of approach, all you need to do is provide a candidate's e-mail address; everything else can be handled automatically. The candidate is provided with an online questionnaire, which typically takes about ten minutes to complete. Once their answers have been collected, they can be collated and analysed for you, and a DISC personality report compiled right away. This approach gives you an immediate insight into a candidate's personality within moments of them completing their online DISC test.

A guide to DISC testing online

Exploring a DISC Profile

Example of a DISC profile series

Once a candidate has completed a DISC profile, you have a huge amount of information at your fingertips. Making the most of this information is the domain of the DISC report, a structured exploration of an individual profile and its implications. The analyses within a report can vary from simple graphs showing DISC factor values to more sophisticated interpretations. The fullest DISC reports are built by expert systems with the ability to write detailed explanations in natural language, covering a whole range of business-oriented topics.

Extended reporting can explore a profile in even more detail, providing extra reports covering specific needs. For example, a feedback report allows you to follow best practice by providing a candidate with their own results, but in a form designed specifically for this purpose. Other reports can cover specific job or role suitability, relationships with other people, team management and leadership, and much more besides.

Exploring DISC report features

DISC Theory

You don't need a detailed technical understanding of DISC to apply a questionnaire or create a report, but the more you understand about the theory behind it, the more you'll get out of a DISC analysis.

At its most basic level, DISC measures four key personality factors and assesses their relative importance in a personality. These four factors are Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance (or D, I, S and C) and using these fundamental values as a starting point we can go on to investigate the workings of a personality in detail.

If you want to explore DISC theory in more detail, you'll find plenty of reference material to help you. A great place to start on the basics is the Understanding DISC guide. If you'd like to review the statistical underpinnings of the approach in a more technical sense, you'll be interested in DISC Reliability and Validity.

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DISC at a Glance

  • Quick and simple: A straightforward profile experience can create a personality assessment in a matter of minutes.
  • Relevant and informative: Gain insights into a whole range personality factors with a direct impact on personal performance and integration.
  • Matching people to roles: Help to find roles that fit a person's individual style exactly, or find people who match the personality needs of a role.
  • Working together: DISC includes features that help you to assess individual working relationships, as well as within teams and groups.
  • An industry-standard solution: DISC is used across the world, and is one of the most widely used personality assessment techniques, especially in a business context.
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