LEARNING TO IDENTIFY YOUR ABILITIES, ATTRIBUTES, WEAKNESSES AND FEARS WILL HELP YOU TO COMMUNICATE WITH AND WORK WITH PEOPLE MORE EFFECTIVELY!
As a DISC Certified Behavioural analyst and trainer Garth uses the Maxwell Method of DISC resources to help individuals identify their personal strengths and capitalize on their talents to make them more effective individuals.
In identifying one’s own and others’ innate abilities, attributes, weaknesses and fears, becoming aware of these dynamics helps people communicate better and work together more effectively.
This powerful tool can be used in many situations, including:
– Career Planning
– Conflict Resolution
– Personal and Leadership Development
– Executive coaching
Research has shown that behavioral characteristics can be grouped together into four major divisions called personality styles. People with similar styles tend to exhibit behaviors in ways common to that style.
The concept of the DISC methodology is based on William Marston’s theories, which postulate that people basically possess one or more of four different personality styles. Most individuals have a primary and secondary style but share these four styles in varying degrees of intensity.
Describes someone who is direct, decisive, a problem-solver, a risk taker and a self-starter.
Describes someone who is enthusiastic, trusting, optimistic, persuasive, talkative, impulsive and emotional.
Describes someone who is a good listener, team player, possessive, steady, predictable, understanding and friendly.
Describes someone who is accurate, analytical, conscientious, careful, precise, meticulous and systematic.
The Maxwell Method DISC Report
At the core of the Maxwell Method DISC is the DISC Assessment and subsequent report. This detailed behavioral analysis report can be used in organizational development, leadership development, training, team building, career planning, executive coaching, and conflict resolution. It can also be used, with prudence, in hiring situations.
This Behavioral Analysis DISC Assessment Report is easy to read and understand. It provides practical applicable information that is useful as a training and personal development tool.
The Report is a quick self-report personality instrument that takes less than 10 minutes to complete. Instructions are provided on how to self-score this instrument. It consists of a series of questions, each with four descriptions. A person chooses which is ‘Most’ and which is ‘Least’ descriptive of themselves. Graphs are used to plot the results and show the profile of the person. The Introduction to Behavioral Analysis provides more useful information on how to interpret the results of the assessment.