Know your personality in and out
The History of Everything DISC Assessment will help you understand the following: your personality strengths, your behavioral patterns, and the impact of other people on those behaviors.
Discover your DiSC personality profile
Do you ever wonder why you react to certain things in certain ways? It's because of your DiSC personality profile. When you know what type of person you are, it will make it easier for you to interact with other people and figure out what type of career would best suit your personality.
Knowing your DiSC personality profile is important because it helps us understand other people too! Understanding the "why" behind why people act the way they do is important in order to be able to have a better relationship with them.
You’ve got all the power
DISC assessments tell you who you are and what types of situations you thrive in. Armed with this knowledge, you can shift your mindset and take charge.
The History of Everything DISC Assessment walks you through the theory behind DISC personality profiling and provides an explanation for how it works.
No matter what personality type you are, we’ve got tools to help. Get a personalized report with tips on how to work with others based on their styles.
A powerful, comprehensive and reliable assessment
History of DISC is the culmination of more than 80 years of research and development by experts in the field.
A powerful tool that tells you who you are
DISC assessment helps identify what motivates an individual and how they interact with other people. It is an invaluable tool for managers, coaches, teachers and parents alike.
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One of the best-selling books on Amazon and available in 70+ countries worldwide — History of Everything DISC assessment has helped more than 4 million people from 70+ countries understand themselves better.
DISC personality theory
The DISC personality theory is a model of human behavior. It was developed in the 1920s by psychologist William Marston from Harvard University. The goal of the theory was to identify the different types of people and their motivations for behaving in certain ways.
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Since 1928, Williams Moulton Marston has studied the Emotions of Normal People. Walter V. Clarke created the test for personnel assessment known as the Activity Vector Analysis in 1950. John Geier who worked at the University of Minnesota’s Health Sciences department used Self Description Inventory in assessing personality traits.
DISC assessment history
DISC stands for Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance. In 1928, Williams Moulton Marston wrote about Dominance and Influence in his book Emotions of Normal People. Walter V. Clarke created the Activity Vector Analysis test in 1950 to measure a person's personality traits on these scales.
In 1973 John Geier used Self Description Inventory to assess personality traits related to DISC test scale characteristics.
DISC profiling test
Use this assessment to know yourself and your employees better! DISC personality assessments are based on the same principles as coaching, leadership, management, and teams. They help you understand how to find ways to increase your team’s communication skills, motivation, productivity, and success.
Know what type you're dealing with
Do you ever wonder who you’re working with? Find out their DISC personality type by taking this quick quiz!
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