Presentation on theme: "DISC personality analysis DISC profile since 1928 by Moulten-Marsten"— Presentation transcript:
1 DISC personality analysis DISC profile since 1928 by Moulten-Marsten Who are you?For yourself andfor your environmentJan Bollen /
2 Analyse behaviour ?!? Discover behavioural strengths. Recognize weakness.Recognize stimulus.Learn how behaviour impacts on work effectiveness.Recognize and value behavioural differences in others and improve team dynamic.Insight and approach when dealing with communication challenges.Enhance individual performance and contribution to a team.Reduce conflicts and stress.
6 Dominance / Driver More WHAT questions than HOW High D individuals may be described as: Risk, Decisive, Self-critical, Self assured, Willing to learn, Competitive, Self steering, Reasonable, Adventurous.Litigation = process control
22 Strengths Overused can Become Weaknesses D who is good at leadership and deciding, may become arrogant.I who is good at promoting and convincing, may oversell and manipulate.S who is steady and agreeable, may become underperforming and shy.C who is good at analyzing and checking, may become perfectionistic and indecisive.
23 Today’s Assignment Go the website http://www.123test.nl/disc-test/ Make the testCopy the results into a Word document on 2 pagesPage 1; results in figurePage 2; result in textAdd your name and student numberAdd page 3 self reflectionPage 3: write your comment on the result (maximum 1A4)Hand in TOMORROWa hard copy of your DISC profile to your mentor post box
25 Page 2 Result in words Your DISC personality type You have a strong inner motivation to influence people and circumstances. You thrive on competitive situations and challenging assignments. The stresses and pressures of everyday work and life are unlikely to reduce your effectiveness and enthusiasm.
26 Page 3 Reflection Your DISC personality type Write your own opinion about your results.Think about that the measurement is at this timeYou can changeWrite also what you want to improve in your behaviorMaximum 1A4