DISC testing and profiling combine everything you need to build a comprehensive and cost-effective personality profile solution for your organisation.
Over the last 29 years, we've helped thousands of organisations across the world to use psychometric assessment to develop and motivate their human resources.
We use proprietary, independently validated DISC profile technology to create a huge range of personality reports covering a whole range of business topics.
A DISC test is based on a simple questionnaire that's administered and scored automatically, and from the results, a dedicated expert system creates reports that tell you just what you need to know.
A comprehensive and accessible personality report can be compiled in a matter of moments.
Personality reports are written in clear and accessible text, with plenty of graphics and charts. We also provide backup resources like online DISC assessment training and free reference guides, so you'll always have the knowledge you need to get the most from personality assessment.
We create personality reports that are second to none for depth and quality. Reports cover an extensive range of topics, with the centrepiece being a detailed description of a personality written in plain language, and tailored to a person's specific DISC test results.
Each report is unique to an individual, based on billions of possible combinations.
DISC personality assessments are designed to be as free as possible from cultural or gender bias. We offer completely gender-neutral psychometric reports, enabling you to ensure an objective assessment for each of your candidates.
A DISC profile can be used for more than personality assessment. It's also possible to create a profile for the personality needs of any job or role. Based on that, we can match personalities and find ideal fits between candidates and roles.
Sophisticated matching technology helps to build motivation and productivity while saving time and effort.
Matching like this can play a key part in finding the best fit for any individual or role. An extensive library of template Job Profiles is included for matching like this, as well as all the tools you need to set up your own.
Remote or hybrid working is here to stay, and a dedicated Remote Working Report can help ensure remote staff remain productive and effective.
The Remote Working Report focuses on the reactions and needs of remote workers.
A Remote Working report presents a whole range of valuable insights based on a personality assessment, including discussions of adaptability, collaboration, interaction, self-sufficiency and time-management.
You're not limited to working with individual DISC test results. You can go a step further, and combine DISC profiles together to model any team.
An entire module is dedicated to exploring teamwork, team roles and team leadership.
Team assessment helps you to understand and even predict the kinds of team roles different personalities will adopt, and to find the ideal group of people for any project. What's more, it incorporates leadership analysis, so you can optionally assess the effects of different leaders on the team's performance.
Relationship assessments help you understand how two individuals work together, based on their personalities. A process like this can help to show how two people can work most productively together, as well as anticipating potential conflicts.
Personality dynamics are key to working relationships, and a Relationship Assessment highlights the dynamics that matter.
A DISC relationship analysis looks at a working relationship from the viewpoints of both individuals. That can help to identify where two personalities are in synergy, and also where their perceptions are at odds with one another.
DISC is one of the world’s most popular personality assessment tools, giving detailed and relevant behavioural insights that help businesses in recruitment, assessment and personal development.
A DISC profile is created from the answers to a simple questionnaire, measuring four core personality factors: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance, whose initials give DISC its name.
A DISC test (or DISC assessment) can quantify an individual's personality and behavioural patterns. Based on that key information, it can help to optimise their individual role, as well as their working relationships with others or a wider team.
Profiling works through any standard web browser, so you can sign into your account on any device, from a mobile phone to a desktop computer.
Wherever you're working from - home, office, or the other side of the world - we have you covered.
DISC personality reports and questionnaires can be undertaken and viewed in all major languages, and can be freely translated from one language to another.
Invite as many candidates as you need to profile, then send online invitations with just a single click.
Profile questionnaires are handled completely online. Analysing the answers is all managed automatically.
A densely detailed individualised report is compiled instantly for any DISC profile.
In the realm of personality profiling, the DISC model provides valuable insights into human behaviour and communication styles. One of the four essential factors within the DISC framework is Compliance. This factor, denoted by the letter 'C', represents individuals who prioritise precision, accuracy, and adherence to rules and procedures. In this article, we will explore the key features and implications of the DISC Compliance personality factor, particularly in a work setting.
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