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How the Different DISC Personality Types React Under Pressure

April 13, 2021

One of the ways that the DISC personality assessment can be helpful is because it can help predict employee behavior, including how they are likely to react under pressure. Naturally, each personality type has some weaknesses as well as some strengths when responding to high pressure scenarios and knowing what those weaknesses and strengths are can help with coaching and... View Article

Guidelines for Employee Assessments

March 1, 2021

Assessment tools can be a great way to help improve your workplace. They help you measure employees’ natural abilities, so that you can optimize your workplace and increase employee satisfaction. They can also help you identify areas where employees may need additional support and training. However, if you have not previously used assessments in your workplace, they can initially be... View Article

DISC and Crisis Management

February 24, 2021

One of the most important factors for a company is resilience. While companies can plan for certain challenges, if 2020 has shown us anything, it is that some challenges are not as easily predicted. To make sure that your company can continue to function in a healthy and profitable manner, even in the face of unpredictable challenges, it helps to... View Article

Your Guide to DISC

February 18, 2021

Curious about DISC? Read on to discover what DISC is and how it can help you make the right HR decisions for your company. What is DISC? DISC is a behavior model that measures people on four factors: Dominance (D), Influence (I), Steadiness (S), and Compliance (C). These factors combine to work together and the results if a person’s behavior.... View Article

Moving Past 2020

February 12, 2021

2020 has been an epically bad year. Even those who have experienced triumphs and joys in their own personal or professional lives have been doing so in the context of a deadly global pandemic and a year full of disturbing and distressing news events. As people’s work lives changed, so did their personal lives. Change is on the horizon. COVID-19... View Article

Comparing Natural and Adapted DISC Graphs

February 4, 2021

When a person takes a DISC assessment, they should get two different graphs. Labeled Natural and Adapted, they both display results but in two different contexts. Sometimes you may see results as a single, averaged graph. The problem with an averaged graph is that it flattens out the differences between Natural and Adapted behaviors, which can result in two very... View Article

Myers Briggs Versus DISC as Workplace Assessment Tools

January 25, 2021

Old-school thinking was that you could pretty much hire any competent person to do a job and expect them to adapt to the job’s requirements. While this may have been true to some extent, it really robbed organizations of the strengths of their human capital, by failing to utilize people’s natural strengths and weaknesses to an organization’s advantage. That is... View Article

New Year’s Resolutions for Job Seekers

January 15, 2021

There is no way to sugarcoat it; 2020 was a brutal year for job seekers. With the increase in unemployment and underemployment because of the impact of COVID on the economy, there were simply more qualified people applying for fewer available jobs in almost every field. However, at least on the jobs front, 2021 looks more promising. Many companies are... View Article

Making DISC Personality Tests Work for Your Workforce

December 2, 2015

Have you tried giving your staff members Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness (DISC) personality tests? If you did, you could use the results to find people who exhibit leadership qualities. Perhaps one of your sales experts or another professional possesses the untapped potential to run one of your divisions. The DISC personality profile test, which millions of people have taken... View Article