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Advantages of the TTISI DISC Profile


Our DISC assessment is not like others. Below we have listed some of the key points of difference to consider about the TTI Success Insights DISC profile before making your decision on an assessment provider.

Jan 1, 2012

Topics: Profiling & Assessment Tools- DISC Profile

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In a Nutshell: DISC Model of Human Behaviour


The theoretical foundations of the DISC theory were created by Harvard educated Psychologist Dr. William Moulton Marston, published in his 1928 book, “Emotions of Normal People,” originally using the terms Dominance, Inducement, Submission, Compliance.

Jan 1, 2012

Topics: Profiling & Assessment Tools- DISC Profile- Business Models ("Nutshell" Series)

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DISC Profile: Overview - What is DISC


DISC is the language that is used to describe 4 common behavioural characteristics that are found in all people on earth (regardless of age, gender, race, country or religion).

Aug 25, 2011

Topics: Profiling & Assessment Tools- DISC Profile

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DISC Profile: History of DISC


The earliest recorded observations on behavioural classifications were made by the Greeks. Here is a condensed timeline of the significant contributors that led to the development of the DISC model.

Aug 25, 2011

Topics: DISC Profile

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Off With Their Heads! (a DISC Story)


Four knights were convicted of treason - an offence punishable by death in King Arthur's time. One was a high D, one a High I, one a high S and the other a High C.

Aug 24, 2011

Topics: DISC Profile

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DISC Profile: D is for Dominance

Note: It is important to note we are only talking about the D Style in its "pure" sense. That is, the D Style described in isolation, without considering the effect of the other 3 factors.


Aug 24, 2011

Topics: DISC Profile

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DISC Profile: C is for Compliance


Note: It is important to note we are only talking about the C Style in its "pure" sense. That is, the C Style described in isolation, without considering the effect of the other 3 factors.

Aug 24, 2011

Topics: DISC Profile

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DISC Profile: S is for Steadiness


Note: It is important to note we are only talking about the S Style in its "pure" sense. That is, the S Style described in isolation, without considering the effect of the other 3 factors.

Aug 24, 2011

Topics: DISC Profile

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