Behaviour is observable and it is modifiable.
DISC creates a common language and a self-awareness to better understand ourselves and others. It can be a powerful tool in a wide range of applications such as team building, recruitment, learning and development and career planning.
Our clients use DISC with their employees to equip them with skills to become more successful by:
- understanding how people are different
- developing confident self-awareness
- learning to identify the styles of others
- modifying behaviour based on the other person’s style
Behaviour is a powerful and accessible way to look at how people work for two reasons: Whatever else is going on beneath the surface, it is our behaviour that other people experience. By focusing on behaviour, not the complex space of personality, change is more achievable.
Some behaviours we can find very difficult to change and may need deeper analysis and thought through the likes of personality profiling and psychological consideration, however many workplace behaviours are surprisingly easy to change. They are not so much deeply held needs as default or natural ways of doing things that have evolved over time. If we see value in changing behaviours, we are likely to do so.
Significant progress in individual and team performance can be achieved by focusing on behaviour.