Do You Know What Drives You?
Self-awareness is essential to success. Understand your most powerful behavioral drivers, and how to harness them for ultimate achievement. Learn how to communicate better and achieve your goals with a DISC personality assessment from Jenny Jarvis Coaching.
Self-awareness is essential to success. If you don't understand what drives your actions and behaviors, it's difficult to cultivate positive growth. As you discover what inspires you, you’ll identify what may hold you back from success, as well as the traits, habits and behaviors that propel you forward. When you take the DISC assessment, you will learn how to leverage the various aspects of your personality for a life of achievement that aligns with your personal values.
Who is an ideal candidate for the DISC Assessment?
The DISC personality test is for anyone who wants to gain insight into themselves. It increases self-knowledge and can uncover limiting beliefs that hold you back from achieving your goals. It can also help you develop strategies to create a breakthrough in any area of your life.
So What is DISC?
DISC assessment will help you better understand your personality type and behavioural style. Developed by psychologist William Moulton Marston, the DISC assessment examines how an individual ranks in the four areas of behavior – Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Conscientiousness. Designed for both individuals who want to identify and maximize their strengths and motivators, and businesses looking to get more from their teams.
DISC stands for “Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Conscientiousness,” which are the four primary personality traits the test measures. Everyone has these four characteristics, but the strength of each varies depending on the person. The assessment can provide a common language that people can use to understand themselves and others. For example, you may score highly in dominance and influence while your colleague or partner ranks in steadiness and conscientiousness. This can lead to misunderstandings and conflict if you and your colleague/partner don’t attempt to understand what makes you different and how to best communicate with each other.
None of the DISC personality traits are inherently positive or negative. The test and results are non-judgmental and help those who take it respond to conflict, resolve problems and discover what lies behind their common habits or working styles.
Who are you really?
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My Personality Style reports will give you amazing insights into
Your individual communication preferences
How you prefer to accomplish tasks
How you might respond to stress: and factors that maximize motivation or discourage.
Discovering your unique personality style will enable you to:
Implement predictive hiring processes
Increase employee retention
Build productive teams
Motivate yourself and others