D I S C
The DISC theory, developed by W.M. Marston in the 1920s, is a self-assessment test that classifies four aspects of behaviour by testing a person’s preferences.
DISC is an acronym for:
- Dominance - how you respond to problems and challenges,
- Influence - how you influence others to your point of view,
- Stability - how you respond to the pace of the environment, and
- Conformity - how you respond to rules and procedures set by others.
D and I represent extroverted aspects of the personality, while C and S indicate introverted aspects. D and C represent task-focused aspects; I and S indicate social or relationship-focused aspects.
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