A DISC profile is a personality profile analysis which explains the behaviour in the workplace of the person concerned, including work-related strengths and weaknesses as well as motivation. The profile analysis measures the behaviour of a person on 4 describing facets: Dominance (D), Inducement (I), Submission (S), and Compliance (C). A DISC profile tells how a person reacts to specific situations and work environments.
The person concerned will receive a link from which the test can be taken. The test lasts about 5-10 minutes in which the subject should go with his/her first impulse. After the test is completed, Chris will go over the results with you and give the person personal feedback.
DISC is suitable for several areas:
One of the strengths of DISC is that you can compose a job profile that can be compared to a person. A job profile and the applicant's DISC profile can hence be set up against each other, so you can find out whether the person suits the job, the floew of work, and the work environment. The DISC profile tells which personal traits the person possesses and how these can benefit the job in question. Chris will go over the test with you and give you a recommendation based on the results.
A DISC profil will inform you about the strengths and weaknesses a person possesses as well as which character traits will be beneficial for the job in question. A DISC profile can be an advantageous starting point for a performance review that focuses on how you continuously can develop the competencies and skills of the employee. In that way, the clinic and the employee focus on the areas which both parties can benefit from.
Team Development of the Entire Clinic
Is your team a good composition? Does each employee carry out the right tasks relative to strengths, competencies, weaknesses, and personalities? Through DISC profiles of the team, you can explain which strengths each team member holds. This will also create respect and understanding of each others differences within the team. The personality profile analyses can with advantage also be used to look at the composition of the team and how each individual can contribute with his/her skills and competencies.