You should attend if you are a manager, internal or external consultant, educator, coach, counsellor, trainer, and mediator or are interested in understanding human behaviour, yours and that of others, or if you need to improve performance.
Standard DISC Versus Extended DISC … What is the Difference?
If you have used DISC behavioural profiling tools before (but not Extended DISC) you may be wondering what the difference is?
Extended DISC has the ability to report of 160 different behavioural style combinations (compared to only 16 with traditional DISC implementations) which provides a more accurate and detailed analysis. Extended DISC is a complete global solution, with all reports and management provided via the online global system. It is used in over 40 countries worldwide and reports can be printed in over 50 languages.
What is Extended DISC?
Jack Welsh, former CEO of General Electric once told a reporter that he spends 50% of his time on people issues. Extended DISC is a series of assessment tools to help with that 50%. It’s a roadmap of the behavioural characteristics that impact on our work, our judgements and our interaction with other people.
Who uses the Extended DISC tools?
The Extended DISC tools are used by thousands of business professionals across the globe, including coaches, consultants, recruitment agencies and organisations worldwide in 40 countries and 50 different languages.
How can only 24 questions generate the accurate information required for a Personal Analysis Report?
The 24 questions (actually 48 questions) don’t always create an accurate result (Profile). The solution is to have a system that identifies whether the results are accurate or inaccurate. The method is purely statistical; the questionnaire asks actually one question (including two subquestions) that is then repeated 24 times. The key is to identify if the person has managed to establish a certain answering pattern, which is the same in both sub-questions and which he/she has been able to follow throughout the questionnaire. The result we can see in the shapes, size and position of the two profiles.