DiSC personality programs are popular and useful elements in organizational learning, training, and development.
DiSC represents four primary personality types:
By learning to identify different DiSC personality traits, employees develop the skills to adapt their own styles to better fit with colleagues.
For example, a high C person knows that when speaking to a high D, he should try to get straight to the point, not beat around the bush. Similarly, the high D person will try to focus on logic, analysis, and data, rather than relying on gut instinct. This won’t come naturally for either person, but they make the effort because it yields a more effective working relationship and a happier workplace environment.