Personal Profile

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Personal Profile

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This is not purely a personality profile....but much more!

Extended DISC® Personal Analysis are self-assessments that identify your strengths and development areas.

Its success is based on its strong ability to provide information to make better decisions. Too often assessments tell us what we already know: “Oh yes, that’s me.” If a tool only provides information that the user is already aware of, it has very limited value.

Extended DISC® Personal Analysis is very easy to use. The questionnaire takes only 10 minutes to complete.

All of the information in the report is derived from your "natural behavioural style". It is a behavioural style that takes the least energy and effort, requires the least amount of concentration, and is usually the most pleasant to you. It is the mode that you normally use to react and is most frequently exhibited outwardly in your behaviour.

The Personal Analysis firstly divides all of the different behavioural styles into four main behavioural styles, and then into sub-styles. The analysis identifies your style from a style bank of 160 different styles. No style is better or worse than any other. They are simply diverse, each style has its own advantages and disadvantages.

eDISC does not measure intelligence, professional skills, or attitudes.

There are no good or bad categories nor ranking orders, and you will be provided with information regarding:

       Your "Performance Enabling" workplace environmental factors

       Your Motivational Factors

       Your "Environmental Distractors" which will have a negative effect on your performance

       Your Strengths

       Your "Under Pressure" Behaviour

       Causes of Stress, Signs of Stress and Stress Releasers

       Improving your Performance

       Your Relationship Role / Natural Role Within a Team

       How to Identify Others' Styles

       Communication Considerations with different styles

       Dos and Don'ts with the different Styles:  

Ref: Extended DISC® communication materials
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What makes Extended DISC® different from other assessments is that it is able to measure at a deeper unconscious level to exclude the impact of the environment.

In practice this means that the results show who you really are and not who you think you need to be in your existing environment.

As a result, the report identifies the true strengths and development areas to allow performance improvement. 

Extended DISC® Personal Analysis Instructions to Candidates

   Complete the questionnaire with your current role in mind.

   There are no “right” or “wrong”, nor “good” or “bad” answers.

   Please take care to enter your name in the correct order.

   Answer the questions in order.

   Answer the question as you see yourself – not as you wish to be seen.

   Do not return to a previously answered question.

   Always answer both components (what describes you the best and the least) before moving to the next question.

   Do not ponder the questions too much. Answering the whole questionnaire should take only 7 to 10 minutes. Select the answer that first feels right.

   Complete the questionnaire without interruptions. Do not do something else or talk with someone during the process.

   Complete the questionnaire quickly, but not hastily.

   Do not attempt to influence the results; you will only confuse yourself and invalidate the results. Remember - Extended DISC® Personal Analysis

   Describes the person's natural reaction mode or behavioral style in different situations

   Is a behavioural inventory based on self-evaluation

   Measures natural behavioural styles

   Does not classify people into good or bad

   Does not limit a person's ability to develop in another direction or work environment

   Does not give high or low scores or in any other way classify people into better or worse

   Does not measure intelligence, professional skills, or attitudes