DISC Personality Profile

Man’s main task in life is to give birth to himself; to become what he potentially is. The most important product of his effort is his own personality – Fromm, 1947 The concept of the DISC is based on William Marston’s theories, which postulate that people basically possess one or more of four different personality styles:

  • Dominance – this describes someone who is direct, decisive, a problem solver, a risk-taker and a self-starter
  • Influence – this describes someone who is enthusiastic, trusting, optimistic, persuasive, talkative, impulsive and emotional
  • Steadiness – this describes someone who is a good listener, team player, possessive, steady, predictable, understanding and friendly
  • Compliance – this describes someone who is accurate, analytical, conscientious, careful, precise, meticulous and systematic

The DISC Personality System administered by Center for Performance Transformation (CPT), aims to help teams appreciate team members personal styles. As individual recognized their personal styles, the team will share their discovery through self-disclosures and giving constructive feedback to harness the potential of working together. In identifying an individual’s and other’s innate abilities and attributes, DISC profiling also helps people communicate better and work together more effectively.  

PREWORK:
Our DISC Personality Profiling is done on-line 5 days before the commencement of the workshop. Each participant will be given an on-line access code to perform the DISC online assessment. The assessment will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. A 17 pages individual DISC report will be handed out during the actual day of program. The report will be used for the workshop.