Take Your Very Own FREE DISC Assessment Today
23rd May 2022,
Opportunity to complete your FREE DISC Profile - (Understanding who you are)
Take your assessment here - https://steviekidd.com/disc-
(This assessment will take around 10 minutes to complete)
It all begins with self-awareness - This is your opportunity to discover where you are today.
Chances of success - What stops you from reaching 'I DID'
Where are you actually living today?
At the Stevie Kidd Pathway we are delighted to introduce DISC Profiling for our clients and for those looking to engage on the Pathway.
We are using DISC as a tool to raise self awareness on behaviours, for people to have a greater understanding of them self and where they can improve.
This is one of 5 self assessments across the consultation stage.
> Life Assessment (Wheel of Life)
> Needs Assessment (Certainty - Uncertainty - Significance - Connection - Spiritual Needs, Contribution & Growth) Discover your number one need!
> Emotional Assessment (Understanding Where You Live Emotionally Most of The Time)
> Representational Assessment (Are you visual, auditory, kinaesthetic or auditory digital?)
> DISC Profiling (Understanding your behaviours)
Using the link, pop over to the site and start your assessment today, you will be giving a FREE assessment before being given the option to upgrade your report and book your very own coaching session with Stevie Kidd.
What is DISC Assessment?
More than two million people have taken the 15-minute DISC assessment to better understand their personality type and behavioural style. Developed by psychologist William Moulton Marston, the DISC assessment examines how an individual ranks in the four areas of behaviour – Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Conscientiousness.
Designed for both individuals who want to identify and maximise their strengths and motivators, and organisations looking to integrate high-performance teams, this £250 DISC profile is yours free of charge. DISC stands for “Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Conscientiousness,” which are the four primary personality traits the test measures. Everyone has these four characteristics, but the strength of each varies depending on the person.
The assessment can provide a common language that people can use to understand themselves and others. For example, you may score highly in dominance and influence while your colleague ranks in steadiness and conscientiousness. This can lead to misunderstandings and conflict if you and your colleague don’t attempt to understand what makes you different and how to best communicate with each other.
None of the DISC personality traits are inherently positive or negative. The test and results are non-judgmental and help those who take it respond to conflict, resolve problems and discover what lies behind their common habits or working styles.