Videos

Introduction to DISC

What is DISC

Rejoice in the Differences

Pace

Fast-Paced Styles

Measured-Paced Styles

Orientation

Task-Focused Styles

People-Focused Styles

Drivers of the 4 styles

Drivers of Dominance Style

Drivers of Infuencer Style

Drivers of Concientiousness Style

Drivers of Steadiness Style

Lunch – take with a pinch of salt!

Lunch with D-Styles

Lunch with I-Styles

Lunch with C-Styles

Lunch with S-Styles

Some More Useful Information

Understanding Everything DiSC®

DISCsimple Tick-Cross-Query Technique

Thank You for Investing

Using Your Comparison Report

When All Is Said and Done

Excellent (10/10)

   What Our Clients Say

Em’s explanations are so clear

5.0 rating
3rd August 2020

The Discsimple during COVID has been a real revelation, understanding how different people react in different situations is really insightful. As a ‘C’ I am getting an sneak peak into how others tick. They don’t all like process. Who knew!?

John Dray

Insights that have made a fundamental difference to the way I work with others, enabling more effective and meaningful relationships

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2nd April 2020

Knowing yourself better, your motivations and behaviours is invaluable if you are engaged in helping others. DiSC offers a range of tools for different settings and roles and has enabled me to create a common framework for working with clients. We introduce DiSC in the early stages of our relationship as our work is challenging for us and for them. It gives us a shared understanding and language to make our work together enjoyable and productive.

Kim Jones

DISCSimple is a very effective, easy to use and accurate tool to help build teams.

5.0 rating
30th March 2020

I have done a number of similar assessment profiles in the past and going through the DISCSimple analysis has produced a very clear, helpful and frankly “correct” assessment of my major characteristics. In the past I have also been somewhat sceptical of the rationale behind such analyses, but in the case of DISCSimple, the straightforward logic is spot on. I am impressed and certainly would recommend this analysis for anyone looking to find ways to make their team function better.

James Short