The DiSC® model has been used for decades to help people understand themselves and others. Practitioners continue to find ways to make the model simpler, more intuitive, and more relevant while still enhancing the richness of insight that has made DiSC so popular. In this paper, we’ll discuss some of the different ways in which the DiSC model can be both measured and represented. More specifically, we’ll explore how DiSC is measured and represented in the Everything DiSC® suite of application specific products based on the third generation of the research-validated DiSC assessment. Finally, we’ll discuss the implications and benefits of this approach relative to some of the more traditional approaches to teaching DiSC. To read the fill article click HERE.
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