DiSC assessment has its origins in the book written by William Marston in 1928 titled “Emotions of Normal People”. Marston, an American psychologist, feminist theorist, inventor and comic book writer who created the character Wonder Woman.
Marston actually describes four behavioural styles:
- D – Dominance
- i – Inducement
- S – Submissive
- C – Compliant
He developed this theory based on people’s emotional responses to various stimuli. DISC concept has now evolved into a comprehensive set of DiSC assessment tools. Behaviour is an expressions of one’s personality traits. Every person demonstrates a mix of all the four styles though they have a priority of one or two styles usually.
Pic:Everything DiSC Workplace Five Priorities
DISC as described by Marston was used to create an assessment by Walter clarke in the 1940S. This assessment was based on the premise that people have two sides to them – the private and public self
Almost after a decade, in the 1050s, John Cleaver created the first forced choice DISC questionnaire based on the DISC. A forced choice questionnaire is the one where the participants select what is most and least like them in a questionnaire.
DiSC profiles is used for a variety of applications at work. Inscape Publishing is the world leader is DiSC Certification assessments and provides a variety of reports that can be found on the our website www.strengthscape.com
DiSC Assessment Certification is not test as there are no right or wrong answers. A number of cheap and unreliable versions of Disc based assessment are available on the internet today. Any assessment tool must be high on reliability and validity. By using the the DiSC based assessments by Inscape Publishing, you can be sure of world class reports that are based on decades of research and are statistically proven to reliable and valid.
DISC based assessments can be used to design and deliver the following learning interventions:
- Leadership development – vision, alignment, execution (Everything DiSC Work of Leaders®)
- Managerial Effectiveness – delegating and directing (Everything DiSC Management®)
- Sales Effectiveness (Everything DiSC Sales®)
- Interpersonal Relationships (Everything DiSC Workplace®)
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