A Simple Way to Understand your DISC Style

Jun 15, 2016 9:58:17 AM / by Christina Bowser

Introducing the DISC Style Charts

While we will continue to offer the Extended DISC Profiles and Diamond, we are happy to introduce a simple and new illustration of an individual’s styles: The DISC Style Charts.

Above: Our new and simple way to display "Adjusted" and "Natural" styles to assessment respondents.

DISC-style chart

What drove Extended DISC to innovate this new type of style display?

Extended DISC Profiles always provide the most specific identification of a person’s DISC-style.  However, it takes some effort to learn how to interpret them.  There are times the training participants may incorrectly interpret the profiles.  They may mistakenly think they completely lack one or more of the four DISC-styles.  Someone may say, “I don’t have any C-style.” In fact, we have all four DISC-styles.  We have those that come naturally and those that take energy. The DISC Style charts are a simple solution that are easy to interpret and clearly display the relative intensity of the four DISC styles. Both the “Natural and “Adjusted” style are shown.

The DISC Style Charts are an additional option and are only available on our new Extended DISC assessments platform (FinxS).

We will continue to offer the Extended DISC Profiles and the Diamond.

If you want to learn more, please contact us today and thank you for visiting Extended DISC.

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Topics: Success, Development, DISC, News, DISC styles, Leadership

Christina Bowser

Written by Christina Bowser