Have you ever wondered:
Why you get along so easily with some people and others not so much?
Or, how you can get the best out of each other, or your team, especially when we're all so different and unique?
Or, why you feel a certain way around specific people at work or at home?
These are all questions that can be answered with Behavioural Profiling
and highlight traits of different behavioural styles.
Behavioural profiling, specifically, Extended DISC® is useful for:
decision making styles,
The reward of doing an Extended DISC® (eDISC®) profile comes from working together to understand your profile and how you can leverage your natural behavioural style and tap into other behavioural styles to elevate your success and journey forward.
It's flexible and allows you to tap into all of your potential to grow and evolve.
It equips you with a better understanding of your own and other people’s behaviour.
✔ Your natural vs non-natural style (that is what you do unconsciously compared to what takes conscious effort)
✔ Your communication style and how you interact with others
✔ Your decision-making process
✔ Options to develop in directions that were previously difficult to access
Any tool that allows us to enhance our understanding of each other is an asset both personally, and professionally
because it increases:
✔ trust, and
Within teams, within leadership, within our relationships, and most importantly within ourselves.
When we elevate our behavioural flexbility, we elevate our communication to the next level and enhance our relationships.
The Extended DISC® Assessment Suite is based on a psychological theory developed in the 1920's from the work of Carl Jung and William Marston (an American psychologist).
Extended DISC® was refined over several years in Finland from 1991 to 1994 with the cooperation of key clients and experts in psychology, statistics, HR, consulting and IT by Jukka Sappinen.
It’s a behavioural assessment tool not a psychometric tool (like aptitude tests).
It’s not a personality profiling tool (like Myers Briggs) which categories people and assigns them a label.
It's 88% accurate with 200 000 reports assessed globally every 2 years in 70 languages.
Due to this ongoing assessment it's up to date (unlike personality profiling and traditional DISC) and continually evolving with a wealth of evidence showing it’s effectiveness.