What is D.I.S.C. Personality Profiling?
Personality profiling is a means of measuring an individual’s personality in a particular situation. It is not a measure of intelligence or ability – but of behaviour. Profiling provides a snapshot view of the preferred behaviour that comes subconsciously to most people. This is the behaviour with which they are ‘comfortable’ and can sustain for long periods of time. This behaviour is social and intellectual – not physical.
How can profiling help in management?
A profile will provide you with hints and tips for better management and indicate what supervision is most likely to be effective in terms of motivation, support and delegation.
How does profiling help at interview?
By profiling short-listed candidates you will be able to identify which are more suitable for the position you are recruiting for.
Why bother?
Understanding more about yourself will help avoid making mistakes by pointing out what are your strengths and weaknesses
Does profiling make a difference?
YES. Major improvements can be made in recruitment, team motivation and personal improvement
Does profiling help with training?
A profile takes less than 10 minutes to complete yet it will identify weaknesses and training needs.
Do I need training to understand the results?
The reports we produce are very easy to understand and make use of.
Will profiling help me as an individual?
Yes. It will provide a self-image of you, your strengths, personal motivations and help with career guidelines.
What do you know about Profiling?

We have produced more than 20,000 assessments during the last 10 years.