DISC Behaviour and Communication Preference Assessments for Individuals and Teams

Providing the key to successful teamwork and communication

Would you like to help your clients to unlock the secret to effective communication?

DISC behaviour and communications preference assessments gives them the key.

The aim of the DISC behaviour and communication preferences assessment is not to profile, label or categorise anyone. We are all unique with our own skills and strengths.

What the DISC behaviour and communication preference assessment does is help people understand their own behavioural and communication preferences in the work environment.

Understanding behavioural styles and communication preferences can help people to become a better communicator, minimise or prevent conflict, appreciate the difference in others, and enable them to have a positive influence on people around them.

DISC Behaviour and Communication Preferences - An Overview

DISC is an acronym of the four different behavioural con communication styles that make up the DISC model. The four behaviours in the model are:

Dominant or driving

Influential or inspiring

Steady or stable

Conscientious or correct

These behaviour and communication styles manifest in different ways:

Someone who is assertive, to the point, forceful, direct, and strong-willed is displaying characteristics of the D style

Someone who is a great communicator, friendly to everyone, optimistic, and talkative is displaying characteristics of the I style

Someone who is steady, loyal, practical, a great team player, and a good listener is displaying characteristics of the S style

Someone who is factual, thorough, detail-oriented, sensitive, precise, and analytical is displaying characteristics of the C style

We all have a blend of these four styles and the intensity of the styles varies from individual to individual.

My profile is CSI. This means that I:

  • Have high standards
  • Am friendly, enthusiastic, and informal
  •  Am detail oriented and will seek out the facts before starting a new project
  • Am conscientious
  • Seek a harmonious working environment and will make the environment pleasing for others
  • Have excellent communication skills
  • Can make good decisions and be in tune with others


This is just a snippet of the information that a DISC profile report gives you. The full report also contains information on:

Style Intensity

Personality Style Traits

Communication Tips

Overview of Own DISC Graphs

Areas for Development and an Action Plan


Completing a DISC assessment provides many benefits for both leaders and team members.

Managers and Senior Leaders

  • Develop a greater understanding of your behavioural preferences, communication style, and preferred pace of work
  • Learn how these preferences are perceived by others and the impact they have
  • Flex your style to get the best out of your team members
  • Gain insight into the preferences of your team members


  • Understand why you click with some people and clash with others
  • Gain insight into your behavioural preferences, communication style, and preferred pace of work
  • Flex and adapt to meet the needs of your team mates and build effective working relationships

Your clients will be working with a Certified DISC Behavioural Profiling Practitioner

I have been certified by The Coaching Academy as a DISC Behavioural Profiling Practitioner. 

This means that I can administer DISC profiling questionnaires, explain the behavioural model and provide feedback on the reports generated. 

Reports can be created for individuals to help develop self-awareness and understanding, and they can be created for a team to show the balance of styles within the team.

The DISC Behaviour and Communication Assessment Process

The DISC behaviour and communication preferences assessment process requires participants to complete a short online questionnaire. The questionnaire should take no longer than seven minutes to complete.

Participants will receive an email containing all the information they need to complete the online DISC questionnaire

When completing the questionnaire, participants should answer the questions thinking of themselves in the contect of WORK

Once the questionnaire has been completed, a report is generated and stored on a secure online platform. The report can be shared with participants either by email or in hard copy format

There are no right or wrong answers to the questionnaire. In order to generate an accurate report, participants are encouraged to answer questions with complete honesty

The assessment process also includes EITHER a 30 minute individual debrief or a team workshop. Full details, including indicative costs, can be found here.

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