Extended DISC Behavioral Profiling
The Extended DISC behavioral profile or eDISC is a popular and effective tool for identifying the inherent behavioural strengths and challenges of individuals and teams. Created from the works of Carl Jung, for whose work all behavioural tools are based upon, Jung created such terms as introvert, extrovert & collective unconscious
- 1921 Jung wrote about psychological types.
- 1928 William Moulton Marston expanded on Jungs work and published his findings called Emotions of Normal People in which he explained that people illustrate their emotions using four behavior types: Dominance (D), Inducement (I), Submission (S), and Compliance (C).
- 1951 The DISC system was born, there are now over 50x variations around the world.
- 1994 Extended DISC (eDISC) was developed from over 20yrs of facts & evidence and is now available in 56 languages.
We are all unique and each of us has our own way of doing things and behaving in different situations. These differences can cause challenges in our professional and personal lives. Through the analysis provided by extended DISC you will appreciate and understand these differences, and identify how to effectively interact with other behavioural styles and, therefore, ultimately improve your performance and communication.
Extended DISC Behavioural Analysis assessment tool is a non-judgmental test designed to provide information that can help you communicate and work better both professionally and personally.
Through a series of questions, taking 10 minutes to complete online, a 24page report will be produced which identifies your motivators, strengths and development areas. Importantly, the report will distinguish those that are natural and need little effort from you, and those that you assign to your professional or work role, where you will need to expend more energy to maintain.
What do the letters mean?
|D||DominanceEmphasis on shaping the environment by overcoming opposition to accomplish results.||Characteristics:
|I||InfluenceEmphasis on shaping the environment by influencing or persuading others.||Characteristics:
|S||SteadinessEmphasis on cooperating with others within existing circumstances to carry out the task.|| Characteristics:
|C||ConscientiousnessEmphasis on working conscientiously within existing circumstances to ensure quality and accuracy.|| Charcateristics:
How is eDISC Used?
Extended DISC can be used in a number of ways:
- Increase your self-awareness: how you respond to conflict, what motivates you, what causes you stress, and how you solve problems
- Learn how to adapt your own style to get along better with others
- Improve team dynamics by understanding each other’s styles and ways of working, facilitate better teamwork, and minimize team conflict
- Foster constructive and creative group interactions
- Understand individuals strengths and how to make the most of them
- Develop stronger sales skills by identifying and responding to customer styles
- Increase sales by identifying how each person sells
- Improved hiring decisions by identifying the most suitable candidate
- Reduce staff turnover by identifying employees who are losing motivation or are unhappy
- Keep staff motivated by identifying what motivates each employee
- Increase productivity by placing the right person with the right job
- Improve communication by understanding each person’s communication style
Extended DISC an easy-to-understand and effective tool to:
- Build productive teams
- Develop effective managers, supervisors, leaders
- Train a powerful sales force
- Improve customer service
- Ease frustrations and interpersonal conflict
- Enhance communication
- Help with change and conflict management
- Improve personal diversity awareness and recognition
- Improve productivity
- Assist in hiring, recruiting, placement, promotion, outsourcing
- Enhance the counseling or coaching experience
I am an accredited extended DISC consultant and trainer and each report includes a 2 hour personal review. So please contact me now by email Tim@PerformanceExecCoach.com.au I will contact you to discuss eDISC and how it will help you and your team.