The DiSC Classic Profile is widely used by many organizations and has been around for years. DiSC Classic Profiles are offered in both paper and electronic formats.
The DiSC Classic Paper profile was the first DiSC profile created to help you identify your natural tendencies and behaviors and learn how to leverage your personal strengths in the workplace. This profile allows you to complete an assessment without the requirement of having access to a computer.
The DiSC Classic Profile comes in a little blue booklet with a graph of the four primary DiSC styles on the front; D, i, S and C. Then when you open the booklet, the first two pages provide an overview of the DiSC assessment and instructions on how to complete the DiSC assessment.
In this section, a chart is available for you to tear out and use the chart to tally their results while completing the assessments.
After reviewing the instructions, you can begin completing the assessment.
DiSC Classic Profile Explained: Questions
The DiSC Classic Paper profile is based on twenty-eight (28) questions. These questions use adjectives to describe your behavior. Each section will have four adjectives for you to select from where you identify behaviors that are most like you or least like you. Keep in mind that this is an assessment, not a test, therefore there is no right or wrong answer. The assessment provides you with insight into your behaviors and how you respond to a given situations in the workplace.
DiSC Classic Profile Explained: Scoring
After responding to all twenty-eight (28) questions, participants tally their scores. Scoring the DiSC Classic Profile uses shapes and letters. So you will have to count how many stars, or triangles etc. did you get on your assessment. Each column tallied will equal to twenty-eight (28).
Next, you subtract Graph 1, most like you column, from Graph II, the least like you column. This provides the difference which is entered into Graph III.
DiSC Classic Profile Explained: Results
Now that you have tallied your results, the numbers that you have on Graph I, Graph II, and Graph III are plotted on the chart for Graph I, Graph II, and Graph III. Plot each section of the D, i, S, and C on all the graphs, this then provides you with your segment numbers and your classical patterns results.
Your DiSC Classic pattern description is your final score and identifies where you are placed on the DiSC model. For example, if your segment result is 2167, you turn to page ten (10) in the report to find 2167 and the name of that classical pattern.
Finally, you should read the description of your DiSC classic pattern. Review it to see how closely the description aligns with your patterns and behaviors. Consider behaviors that are like you and assess how closely the feedback in the report aligns closely or differs from you. Then discuss your results with a trusted partner to see how they experience you in the workplace, and if the description provided aligns with how you behave.
DiSC Classic 2.0 Profile Explained: Electronic Version
The DiSC Classic profile was so successful that it led to the creation of the electronic version of the DiSC Classic Profile.
The DiSC Classic 2.0 Profile is the electronic version and it uses the original DiSC classic profile to provide participants with results of their DiSC personality style. Similar to the paper version, participants respond to twenty-eight questions using adjectives to describe their behaviors.
The system provides you with results instantly. You will learn about their DiSC dimensions, tendencies, needs, preferred environment and strategies for effectiveness. You will become more aware of your strengths and weaknesses. Finally, you will learn your DiSC classical pattern.
DiSC Classic 2.0 Plus Profile Explained: Electronic Version
The DiSC Classic 2.0 plus profile incorporates everything from the DiSC Classic Profile and the DiSC Classic 2.0 profile.
The DiSC Classic 2.0 plus provides additional content to help managers discover their personal strengths and provides them with tips on management such as: strategies on managing, approach to managing others, strategies for sales management, and strategies on individual approach to selling.
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