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  • Johnny Knatt

Developing your DISC profile

DiSC® is the leading personal assessment tool used by over 1 million people every year to improve work productivity, teamwork and communication.

The DiSC profile is a non-judgemental tool used for discussion of people's behavioral differences. If you participate in a DiSC program, you'll be asked to complete a series of questions that produce a detailed report about your personality and behavior.

The DiSC model provides a common language that people can use to better understand themselves and adapt their behaviors with others - within a work team, a sales relationship, a leadership position, or other relationships.

DiSC profiles help you and your team:

  • Increase your self-knowledge: how you respond to conflict, what motivates you, what causes you stress and how you solve problems

  • Improve working relationships by recognizing the communication needs of team members

  • Facilitate better teamwork and teach productive conflict

  • Develop stronger sales skills by identifying and responding to customer styles

  • Manage more effectively by understanding the dispositions and priorities of employees and team members

  • Become more self-knowledgeable, well-rounded and effective leaders

What does DiSC stand for?


Person places emphasis on accomplishing results, the bottom line, confidence

Behavior traits:

  • Sees the big picture

  • Can be blunt

  • Accepts challenges

  • Gets straight to the point

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Person places emphasis on influencing or persuading others, openness, relationships

Behavior traits:

  • Shows enthusiasm

  • Is optimistic

  • Likes to collaborate

  • Dislikes being ignored

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Person places emphasis on cooperation, sincerity, dependability

Behavior traits:

  • Doesn't like to be rushed

  • Calm manner

  • Calm approach

  • Supportive actions

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Person places emphasis on quality and accuracy, expertise, competency

Behavior traits:

  • Enjoys independence

  • Objective reasoning

  • Wants the details

  • Fears being wrong

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