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Employee Engagement Matters

Proud Partners

Research-Backed Assessments.
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DISC Measures Four Behavioral Factors: 

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DOMINANCE

- Faster-paced, task-oriented
- Direct communicator
- Impatient when overextended
- “Stick to the facts”

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INFLUENCE

- Faster-paced, people-oriented
- Indirect communicator
- Disorganized when overextended
- “Talks with their hands”

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STEADINESS

- Slower-paced, people-oriented
- Indirect communicator
- Possessive when overextended
- “Poker face”

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COMPLIANCE

- Slower-paced, task-oriented
- Direct communicator
- Critical when overextended
- “Very detail-oriented”

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Why Use DISC?

DISC uncovers valuable insights for individuals, teams, and hiring managers alike due to its ability to measure how a person will typically react in certain situations.

 

This makes DISC a valuable tool in the entire employment lifecycle. DISC can be used to assess potential candidates during the hiring process, determine the proper fit of a current employee, and/or identify areas for personal growth. 

How It Works

A person takes a DISC assessment by answering a series of questions online, then a report is generated uncovering unique insights about that individual.

 

These insights can be used to improve performance, gauge suitability for a specific position, or be used during the hiring process.

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