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“Teams succeed or fail based on how well they: (1) Deal with the personal styles of all team members; (2) Match the purpose and critical tasks of the team with the strengths of its members; and (3) Mesh with other groups within the organization.” -Dr. Tony Alessandra

I am extremely proud and beyond thrilled to introduce to you the DISC Assessment on DiscAssessmentCoach.Net, the official e-commerce site for WorkplacePsychology.Net.

Workplace Behaviors and Assessment

Thanks to the popularity of WorkplacePsychology.Net, I receive a fair amount of questions from reporters and the public about workplace behaviors, specifically, in dealing with difficult people or situations at work. Everyone wants to know what’s the best way to manage, deal with, or overcome challenging/difficult behaviors.

I am continually fascinated by the topic of workplace behaviors, and in particular, covert aggression. As a matter of fact, I was so interested that I devoted my PhD dissertation to the subject of indirect/covert aggression in the workplace.

WorkplacePsychology.Net occupies a unique space that allows it to deliver, via its e-commerce site DiscAssessmentCoach.Net, a robust, practical, and affordable assessment & report solution.

Why DISC Assessment?

The impetus for launching the DISC Assessment arose out of a desire to introduce people to an assessment that they can get excited about and, more importantly and practically, be able to use insights and apply actionable recommendations from the assessment report to make real changes in their behaviors in order to improve their work life.

The DISC Assessment and DISC Report can play an essential role in your professional and personal development. By understanding the DISC model of behavioral styles and applying the practical suggestions from the DISC Report [here’s a sample report], you will be equipping yourself with the necessary tools to quickly scan a situation, consider your behavior options (adaptability), select a behavior style to best fit the situation, and positively determine the outcome.

About the DISC Assessment

The DISC Assessment is a behavioral profile or assessment. It measures our observable behavior and emotion; how we prefer to act and communicate (or behavioral style). The DISC Assessment does not measure or tell you your personality type. Instead, it shows how your personality responds to the environment (in how we like to act and communicate [or behavioral style]).

The three objectives of the DISC Assessment:

  1. Determine/recognize and value your own DISC behavioral style.
  2. Determine/recognize and value the DISC behavioral style of others.
  3. Become proficient in adapting your behaviors to create better performance.

Simple + Practical = Increase Employee Adoption & Usage

If you look at assessments through the lens of change management you can begin to understand the challenge of increasing employees’ adoption and usage of a new way of doing things (e.g., implementing or applying what they’ve just learned about themselves from a personality or behavior assessment back to their workplace and in their interactions with each other). When we view it through the perspective of individual change, we can appreciate why when an assessment is too long and the assessment report is too technical, not user-friendly, difficult to understand, and hard to remember, employees will not be able to apply the takeaways.

An assessment report is useless if you put it away on the shelf because you had a hard time understanding what you just took (the assessment) and/or what the suggestions or recommendations were (in the report). Indeed, you want an assessment that is brief and a report that’s easy to digest and apply. You deserve practical insights to better understand yourself and others, and to be able to apply simple, actionable suggestions to improve your ability to interact and work with others.

Simple Assessment & Prescriptive Report with Practical Takeaways

I am pleased to say that the DISC Assessment + DISC Report + DISC Debrief Guide I’m offering on DiscAssessmentCoach.Net satisfy the many criteria that I demand of a solid assessment: affordable, short, simple, easy-to-remember, immediate & practical applications of actionable recommendations (e.g., understanding of self, others, and the situation, and adapting to others in a manner that will reduce tension and increase trust and collaboration in all types of relationships).

“If you work with people who are difficult, there is both good news and bad news. The bad news is you work with them. The good news is you have time to study them, understand the patterns of their behavior, and plan your strategic response.” -Dealing with Difficult People: 24 Lessons for Bringing Out the Best in Everyone

Written By: Steve Nguyen, Ph.D.
Leadership Advisor & Talent Consultant