Extended DISC profiling

Understanding who you are

Learn how to effectively relate, communicate, influence and motivate others to create successful relationships with your friends and family, customers, prospects, colleagues, and managers.

Are you suited to an Extended DISC profile?

If you are human then Extended DISC profiling is for you.

It helps people become more successful in life.  Working equally well for small businesses, large corporations, schools and sports teams, individuals, couples, and teams.

How can Extended DISC profiling help your business?

The most successful individuals can be any of the DISC styles. However, the most successful people have a few things in common. They are confidently self-aware of their strengths and development areas. They do not overuse their strengths and work on their weaknesses. They consistently make conscious decisions about how to best modify their style with different styles of people and in different situations.

All profiles are tailored to your specific needs and preferences, it is specifically designed to help you make decisions and to become more successful.

What is Extended DISC profiling?

Extended DISC profiling is a method used to help individuals, couples, teams and businesses to become more successful by providing easy to use information on how to modify behaviour.

After completing an online questionnaire a personalised report is provided highlighting your type of behavioural style.  There is no judgement, no good or bad categories, or high or low scores. Each person is a combination of all four DISC profile types, though some will have more dominance over others.

The resulting behavioural styles are called:
D-style (Dominance)
I-style (Influence)
S-style (Steadiness)
C-style (Compliance)

Your session format

Profiling starts with a simple online questionnaire (10 minutes), the together with Carissa you discuss the results and unpack the full report which takes approximately 60 - 90 minutes.

How is Extended DISC different?

Extended DISC profiling is different to other forms of profiling because of its ability to measure the hard-wired DISC-style.  This means the results show who you actually are not what who you think you need or want to be.  Subsequently, it identifies the true strengths and developmental areas to allow for accurate performance improvement. You will be given very practical and specific information to suit who you are and where you are right now.

Extended DISC is based on a psychological theory developed by Carl G Jung and published in his book, Psychological Types in 1921. In 1928, William Moulton Marston published a book, Emotion of Normal People.  He built upon Jung’s work and named the four main behavioural styles, D, I, S, C.

Carissa is a qualified Extended DISC practitioner.