DISC Profile Mentoring


DISC Profile Mentoring



This two hour coaching session maximises the impact of your profile results with a one-to-one mentoring session.

You receive:

  • A detailed analysis of your profile
  • Identification of high priority areas where you would benefit from development
  • Discussion on communication challenges you may be experiencing at work
  • An overview of understanding of others' communication preferences
  • Actionable steps you can implement
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DISC Motivators Inventory

To survive and thrive either personally or professionally, you need to master the art of interpreting behaviour! Behaviours are the first thing we notice about a person, so it is no surprise that behaviours directly impact teamwork, customer relationships and our ability to lead.

Completing a DISC Motivators Inventory gives you not only an understanding of how you are perceived by others, but also provides you with a language to discuss your behaviour, communication preferences, and style of working.

The DISC model is used by an estimated 75% of the Fortune 500 and continues to be the most popular choice for professional development. DISC is insightful, simple, intuitive and fun!

The science of behaviour

All people (regardless of age, race, culture or gender) share similar behavioural characteristics. One person you meet might be talkative, sociable and loud, whilst the next might be quiet, shy and methodical. Some people like structure and some don’t. Some like to move at a fast pace, others prefer to take their time.

These sorts of behavioural quirks can make ‘clicking’ with someone similar to you feel like a breeze, but for those who are not, it can make life tricky, challenging, and even exhausting at times; particularly if you have to spend a lot of time with them.

The DISC model groups four (4) common behavioural patterns found universally in all people on earth, which people can then use as a shared language (or set of terms) to better relate and communicate with each other, both at work and at home.

DISC helps to identify an individual’s behavioural style, or a person's natural way of doing things.

At a glance, the DISC acronym stands for:

  • Dominance: How you approach problems and challenges.
  • Influence: How you interact with and attempt to influence other people.
  • Steadiness: How you respond to the pace of the environment.
  • Compliance: How you respond to rules and regulations set by others.

Completing a DISC mentoring session will see you gain clarity and insight into your behaviour, help you build better relationships, reduce conflict and build trust, cooperation and commitment.