DiSC is a communications behaviour profiling tool similar to (but not the same as) Myers Briggs which is personality preference based. It was first developed in the 1920s and is a description of your communication preferences and how these can impact how effectively you communicate with others.
It is acknowledged that DiSC can easily allow individuals and their peers / managers / staff to learn more about themselves and each other in 15 minutes than they could though working together for a whole year.
3D use DiSC to:
DiSC is based on the work of Dr William Marston of Harvard University in the 1920s and has been developed through robust ongoing research ever since. He analysed people’s preferences for behaviour at work based upon the interactions between the following four attributes:
Marston said that ‘The ability to interact effectively with people may be the difference between success or failure in our work’. Since people leave managers rather than organisations, experience bears that out.
So DiSC profiling is an excellent way to better understand these interactions and behaviours.
Facilitating Team Development and Making Sustainable Recruitment Decisions using DiSC
DiSC is a great way to facilitate the development of effective and efficient teams where team members
Call us on 01462 483798 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to explore how 3D can run workshops in your organisation where you begin to apply what you learn to real communication challenges you are facing. Half or one day workshops can be provided for teams (functional or multi-disciplinary) or mixed groups.