Management with DISC profile analysis
DISC profile analysis is a strategical tool for evaluating behavior often used internally in an organisation by managers to improve group dynamics and the well-being of the individual. Due to the simple tool application, it is used in organisations globally. The theory dates back to 1928 and founded by the psychiatrist and professor William Moulton Marston, who believed all humans have psychological motives but they differ from human to human (1). The letters DISC stems from the words dominance, influence, stability, and competence. The tool assesses the level of dominance, influence, stability, and competence an individual possesses by referencing the norm. In the following, the method of use is outlined and the different behavior profiles are discussed.
Method of use
(1) Marston, W. M., (1928), Emotions of Normal People