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DISC for the Workplace

 

Typical completion time: 10-15 minutes
Quickly understandable, broadly beneficial

Created by psychologist William Moulton Marston almost 100 years ago, the DISC system is a simple yet elegant way to describe human emotion and behavior. Marston’s system includes four types, which we have updated for contemporary audiences as Drive, Influence, Support, and Clarity. While everyone has all four capabilities, in this theory, each of us tends to rely on one or two of those primarily:

  • Drive: assertive, results-oriented behavior; taking charge, making decisions, and taking risks.
  • Influence: inspiring and persuading others, using communication, relationships, and excitement.
  • Support: being helpful and caring toward others; noticing and serving others.
  • Clarity: precise, detail-oriented, and focused tasks, independent and well-defined.

Why DISC for the Workplace can enhance your team, startup, or workplace:

  • Simple 4-type system is easy to understand and use.
  • Focus on behavior that others see and experience for practical, actionable insights.
  • Provides a simple framework to help build balanced teams.
  • Highlights personality factors most essential for different work styles.

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What people say about our tests

 

Founded in 2012, Truity is now the online personality testing leader, with millions of research-backed tests administered worldwide. Truity’s research on the impact of personality has been featured in CNBC, Entrepreneur, The Today Show, Real Simple and more.


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“Truity's research-backed personality tests and reports are making high quality self-discovery tools much more accessible for those looking to grow and improve their lives.”

Paul D. Tieger
Internationally recognized behavioral scientist and best-selling author of Do What You Are, Just Your Type, and Nurture by Nature.

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“I love Truity! As a career & leadership coach for Gen Z & Millennials, Truity’s personality tests have offered me insight into how my clients think, operate, what motivates them and also what their potential blind spots might be, making me a much more effective coach.”

Sarina Virk Torrendell
Career Coach and Founder of withSarina Career Coaching.

“Truity’s assessment questions alone were thought-provoking and helped individuals in our re-entry program consider new things about themselves — their strengths, preferences, and habits for example, that they might not otherwise have been aware of as they work to build their future career paths.”

Erin, Senior Program Manager
The Last Mile.

“We appreciate how easy it is to acquire the test credits, distribute them to students, and the detailed information that they provide. They are great tools that help us know our students better while also helping them learn more about themselves in relation to their future career.”

Michele, Director of Student Support Services
Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences - University of Pittsburgh.