DiSC Profiles are not intended to encourage people to change their behavioral styles. Instead, it focuses on helping people identify their strengths and possible limitations. Also, pressure for radical change implies that someone’s Dimension of Behavior or DiSC Classical Profile Pattern (the way in which a person’s four dimensions of Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness combine creates a profile pattern that is different for each combination) is inadequate. Most people willingly accept the description of their behavioral styles and are eager to develop skills to make themselves more effective.
DiSC Classic Profiles help us to understand ourselves and how our behavior affects others. We learn how to maximize what we do well, have a positive attitude about ourselves and, most importantly, know how to adapt our behavior to meet the needs of other people. Instead of being at each other, we can learn to successfully be with each other. We learn to give others what they need so that we can get what we want. DiSC profiles are not diagnostic tools, but dialog tools.
Behavioral Styles identified in the DiSC Profile are always shown to be tendencies not fixed responses to situations.
Our most popular online DiSC Profile is the DiSC Classic 2.0.