The DISC Personality test has been applied for business and personal application for over 30 years. The theory behind the test is based on Marston’s research, but has been turned into a validated and reliable behavioral assessment tool, used internationally. In the same way that one could combine primary paint colors to create new and beautiful colors, the DISC uses the D, I, S, and C styles as the primary colors that create different combinations and intensities for unique personalities. The DISC behavioral assessment is easy to understand and apply in a number of environments and applications.
Get along with anyone, even if you're not a "people person".
Everyone you encounter is motivated differently, communicates differently and views tasks and relationships differently.
By understanding one’s needs, fears, and tendencies in communication and behavior, you can proactively adapt or approach them in a way in which they will react positively. People are all different, but people are predictably different.
Achieve greater success when you learn to value your strengths as well as those of others.