Chris has been using DiSC® profiles and programs with clients for decades. He’s immersed in DiSC! In fact, his 1996 masters degree thesis examined the correlation of MBTI® and DiSC.
Chris is an Authorized Partner of Everything DiSC® and of Patrick Lencioni’s Five Behaviors of Cohesive Teams™.
For clients engaged in Chris’ proven culture process, Everything DiSC helps leaders and leadership teams understand and embrace different social styles. The simple DiSC model provides a foundation for leveraging one’s own strengths and minimizing limitations in daily interactions AND accepting others’ strengths and limitations.
Everything DiSC helps create work environments where everyone – no matter their social style – is treated with trust, respect, and dignity in every interaction.
Have you ever wondered why some people just don’t get you? Or ever thought “I cannot even begin to know what my boss needs—even when I ask her, I still don’t know.”
Most of us have felt that way at one time or another! The good news is there’s a simple tool designed to help you understand yourself AND other people too. Everything DiSC® helps you build more effective working relationships based on an understanding of different behavioral styles.
Everything DiSC is not a test, it’s a personality assessment. This research-validated model helps you understand yourself and others, saving you time, energy, and money. Better employee communication means efficiency on both individual and company levels.
Everything DiSC is the best DiSC personality assessment available. We made sure of it.
Introduction to Everything DiSC in the Workplace
DiSC is a very simple—and memorable—model made up of four basic styles: D, i, S, and C.
Everyone is a blend of all four DiSC styles—usually one, two, or even three styles stand out. Unlike simple personality tests, there is no perfect DiSC style. Since each person has a unique behavioral profile, people are walking around all over the world with different styles and priorities. We believe that these differences are extremely valuable. Once you assess these differences and harness their value, you’ll have better workplace communication AND healthier organizations. (Who doesn’t want that?!)
Seems simple, right? It is. But it’s not simplistic. Here’s why:
We’ve been researching and analyzing DiSC for over 40 years—in fact, our DiSC® Classic Paper Profile was the first DiSC assessment EVER! (You’ll always know it’s our DiSC by our signature lower-cased “i” in DiSC.)
As technology has evolved, DiSC has too. Our online DiSC assessments use the most advanced assessment method (adaptive testing) and sophisticated algorithms to quickly analyze a person’s responses and provide the most personalized DiSC feedback possible. And it only takes about 15 minutes to complete.
All of our Everything DiSC personality assessments are application-focused, so the feedback is presented to you as a leader, manager, individual contributor, or sales person.
Download our brochure: Everything DiSC Workplace brochure - The Purposeful Culture Group.
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