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Extended DISC Assessments

The Extended DISC or eDISC assessment is a psychological instrument designed to gauge an individual’s predominant behavioural patterns in various professional settings. Businesses employ Extended DISC profiling as a means to reliably assess and predict a candidate’s compatibility with and potential effectiveness in a given position.

The Behavioural Profile Types

Dominance (D): This profile is characterised by
people who are direct, results-oriented, strong-willed.
Compliance (C): The 'C' profile is characterised
by people who are analytical, detail-oriented.
Influence (I): People with a high 'I' profile tend
to be social and persuasive, driven by social recognition.
Steadiness (S): These individuals are gentle,
accommodating, and patient. They value cooperation,
peace, and stability.
Compliance (C): The ‘C’ profile is characterised by people who are analytical, detail-oriented, and diplomatic. They value precision and logical reasoning, often showing a systematic and methodical approach to their work. They can be perfectionists, motivated by tasks that require high attention to detail and quality.

Dominance (D): This profile is characterised by people who are direct, results-oriented, strong-willed, and forceful. They value results and efficiency and may place less emphasis on caution or cooperation. They are often driven by challenges, power, and authority.

Steadiness (S): These individuals are gentle, accommodating, and patient. They value cooperation, peace, and stability, often showing a strong desire to help and support others. They are motivated by a need for security and do not typically enjoy sudden changes or uncertainty.
Influence (I): People with a high ‘I’ profile are enthusiastic, optimistic, and outgoing. They enjoy collaborating with others and are excellent communicators. They tend to be social and persuasive, driven by social recognition, group activities, and relationships.

Dominance (D): This profile is characterised by people who are direct, results-oriented, strong-willed, and forceful. They value results and efficiency and may place less emphasis on caution or cooperation. They are often driven by challenges, power, and authority.

Influence (I): People with a high ‘I’ profile are enthusiastic, optimistic, and outgoing. They enjoy collaborating with others and are excellent communicators. They tend to be social and persuasive, driven by social recognition, group activities, and relationships.
Steadiness (S): These individuals are gentle, accommodating, and patient. They value cooperation, peace, and stability, often showing a strong desire to help and support others. They are motivated by a need for security and do not typically enjoy sudden changes or uncertainty.
Compliance (C): The ‘C’ profile is characterised by people who are analytical, detail-oriented, and diplomatic. They value precision and logical reasoning, often showing a systematic and methodical approach to their work. They can be perfectionists, motivated by tasks that require high attention to detail and quality.

Why use eDISC Assessments?

Having understanding and awareness of your natural behaviour style can be very powerful. When comparing the natural style with the perceived need to adjust, we get a snapshot of how an individual is behaving at present. If it doesn’t match their natural style we can look for ways to adjust to get the most out of the individual.

Benefits of using Extended DISC

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Mini DISC Quiz

1. How do you typically handle challenging tasks?

Restrained
Forceful
Careful
Expressive

2. What describes your approach to new projects?

Pioneering
Correct
Exciting
Satisfied

3. In a team, you are usually the one who is:

Willing
Animated
Bold
Precise

4. When facing a problem, you often feel:

Argumentative
Doubting
Indecisive
Unpredictable

5. People describe you as:

Respectful
Out-going
Patient
Daring

6. Your approach to work is typically:

Persuasive
Self-reliant
Logical
Gentle

7. In stressful situations, you are:

Cautious
Even-tempered
Decisive
Life-of-the-party

8. Your friends would say you are:

Popular
Assertive
Perfectionist
Generous

9. Your ideal weekend activity would be:

Colourful
Modest
Easy-going
Unyielding

10. In planning a project, you prefer to be:

Systematic
Optimistic
Persistent
Accommodating

11. In the workplace, you tend to be:

Relentless
Humble
Neighbourly
Talkative

12. Your typical role in a social setting is:

Friendly
Observant
Playful
Strong-willed

13. Others admire you for being:

Charming
Adventurous
Disciplined
Deliberate

14. Under pressure, you tend to be:

Restrained
Steady
Aggressive
Attractive

15. You would describe yourself as:

Enthusiastic
Analytical
Sympathetic
Determined

16. When leading others, you are often:

Commanding
Impulsive
Slow-paced
Critical

17. You pride yourself on being:

Consistent
Force-of-character
Lively
Laid-back

18. Your approach to teamwork is:

Influential
Kind
Independent
Orderly

19. In a debate, you are usually:

Idealistic
Popular
Pleasant
Out-spoken

20. You often feel:

Impatient
Serious
Procrastinator
Emotional

21. When playing games, you are:

Competitive
Spontaneous
Loyal
Thoughtful

22. In your community, you are known to be:

Self-sacrificing
Considerate
Convincing
Courageous

23. In difficult situations, you sometimes feel:

Dependent
Flighty
Stoic
Pushy

24. You prefer an environment that is:

Tolerant
Conventional
Stimulating
Directing
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How do I complete an eDISC assessment?

An eDISC assessment is a simple, easy to complete online assessment. It takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes to complete. There are no wrong answers and there are no bad profiles. Once you have completed your assessment, you will book in with our expert staff for a debrief session. During the debrief you will gain a greater understanding of your behavioural style. This increased awareness can assist in refining your reactions while under stress, and give you an appreciation as to why people in your team are the way they are.

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