The DISC, Values and Attribute Assessment combine to give you a tool that will help you move yourself and your employees to a higher level. All three used together to create, WHAT natural talents do you possess, WHY are you motivated to use these talents and HOW do you prefer to use these talents. This level of our self-awareness and discovery are the core to achieving peak performance in any endeavor or role, to ensure that you properly align what you do best with how you do it and why.
As one gains knowledge about themselves or others, they gain the power to improve. Many times, it is that area that we cannot see clearly that is keeping us back. Since each of us works from our conscious and subconscious mind, the understanding can be invaluable.
* Decisive – Preference for how you approach problems and make decisions.
* Interactiveness – Preference for how you tend to interact with others and share opinions.
* Stability – Preference for persistence, pacing, and steadiness.
* Cautiousness – Preference for procedures, standards, and protocols.
The Values Assessment measures seven of your Motivational Style and Drivers:
* Aesthetic – Person motivated by harmony, balance, and form.
* Economic – Person motivated by economic or practical returns.
* Political – Person motivated by having control and influence over tasks and people.
* Altruistic – Person motivated by humanitarian efforts or desire to help others altruistically.
* Regulatory – Person motivated by their ability to establish order, routine, and structure.
* Theoretical – Motivated by the quest for learning, knowledge, and understanding.
The Attribute Assessment measures how you Think and Make Decisions. Preferences become a subconscious force that will affect our decision-making process and shapes how we perceive ourselves and others. The Attribute Assessment categorizes and measures decision-making preferences in three dimensions:
* Personal – The preference to make our decisions based on one’s point of view, feelings, and needs of self and others.
* Practical – The preference to make decisions based on real-world, task-oriented thinking.
* Analytical – The preference to make decisions based on concrete facts and data.
Once these assessments are taken there should be a complete debriefing of them to ensure that you understand them completely so you can best use this tool. The knowledge can give you insights on yourself or others that they may not even see themselves.
If you are considering taking or using these assessments, contact Sheryl Isenhour at email@example.com or give her a call at 704-425-0211 and she will be glad to help you better understand the purposes and values of these assessments.