Extended DISC Pair Assessment
The Extended DISC Pair Assessment combines the results of two individual Extended DISC Profiles into one report. It is designed to help a pair work together more productively and effectively. It also assists in creating a working relationship based on mutual understanding and respect for individual differences. The tool has no good-bad categories and it does not rank people in any way. All of the information in the report is derived from the individuals' respective natural behavioural styles. They are the behavioural styles that require the least amount of energy and effort, and are usually the most pleasant to each individual.
The styles equate to the mode that each individual in the pair normally uses to react with the environment and most frequently exhibits outwardly in their behaviour. There is no ideal behavioural style. The Extended DISC Pair Assessment is based on the principle that each of the styles has its own advantages and disadvantages. The Extended DISC Pair Assessment divides all of the different behavioural styles into four main styles. These styles are not better or worse.
Applications for the Extended DISC Pair Assessment
There are many applications for the Extended DISC Pair Assessment, including discovering the working relationships between a -
- managing director and their personal assistant,
- coach to mentor and/or mentor to coach,
- potential employee and manager,
- conflict situations between two team members,
- two people working together in small business (i.e. husband and wife), and
- incoming Director/Partner to current Director/Partner.
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Frequently Asked Questions
There are many benefits to Extended DISC, including -
- It is extremely difficult to cheat the assessment.
- The assessment measures 160 different styles, some others only measure 16.
- Assesses pressure and stress of the individual.
- Has been designed for the workplace and shows natural behavioural style compared to workplace tasks and lists workplace strengths and development areas.
- Has the largest text bank available.
- Measures the individual on both conscious and subconscious behaviours.
- Can be administered in 60 languages and printed in 42 languages.
The Specific Behavioural Style Reports relate the Extended DISC assessment results to more specific job roles and their requirements. They provide useful information that point directly to certain tasks and job functions within the job role. The 10 available specific behavioural styles are -
- Customer Service
- Information Technology.
It is recommended the Specific Style Reports that relate to the present or potential future role of the person be used. A few of the applications of the results include:
To identify potential support needs,
To help in managing the person,
To help in personal development,
To help in career development, and
To assist with recruitment.
There are many differences. Extended DISC has many advanced features not available with DISC Profile®. So while DISC Profile® is a very trusted assessment used by many leading organisations, if you want the very latest assessment that can be used across all applications, Extended DISC is for you. Please contact us and we’ll be happy to assist you in identifying the best fit for your needs.