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About the DISC Assessment

The DISC system was created as a simple but powerful way to understand people's behavior and the way they interact with one another. This system describes people in terms of four broad styles: Drive, Influence, Support, and Clarity.

Although everyone uses all four styles, most of us depend on one or two most of the time. Understanding your dominant style can help you to understand how others see you, where conflict is likely to arise, and what sorts of work roles will suit you best.


The four DISC styles


Your DISC Style

Drive describes behavior that is assertive and results-oriented. When people show Drive, they tend to take charge, make decisions, and control the direction of tasks and projects.

People who are highly Driven are described as assertive, dominant, competitive, and confident. They like to take decisive action and don't mind taking risks to get things done. They may be described as natural leaders.

Drive is useful in leadership positions as it helps to push to get the job done. However, it doesn't work as well for people who are in supporting roles. Highly Driven people may be frustrated in roles with no opportunity for leadership.

  • Drive people are driven to achieve immediate results.
  • Every workplace needs Drive; people who are excited by the challenge and responsibility of impossible projects and doing whatever it takes to make things happen.
  • At their best, others see Drive styles as confident, decisive and take-charge. They set high expectations, are persistent, speak up about problems, focus on results and promote audacious feats of achievement.
  • On the downside, others see Drive styles as controlling, domineering, hot-tempered, blunt, rude, pushy, forceful, power hungry, over-opinionated and impatient. They are often perceived as insensitive and over-competitive in their desire to win at any cost.

More likely to be described as:

  • Decisive
  • Blunt
  • Pioneering
  • Skeptical
  • Competitive
  • Results-oriented
  • Strong willed
  • Problem solver
  • Self-starter
  • Argumentative
  • Bossy
  • Insensitive

Less likely to be described as:

  • Accommodating
  • Loyal
  • Good listener
  • Cooperative
  • Supportive
  • Passive
  • Patient
  • Empathetic
  • Steady
  • Reflective
  • Even-tempered
  • Tactful
  • Humble

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