Profiling Instrument

DISC Personality Profile

Man’s main task in life is to give birth to himself; to become what he potentially is. The most important product of his effort is his own personality – Fromm, 1947 The concept of the DISC is based on William Marston’s theories, which postulate that people basically possess one or more of four different personality styles:

  • Dominance – this describes someone who is direct, decisive, a problem solver, a risk-taker and a self-starter
  • Influence – this describes someone who is enthusiastic, trusting, optimistic, persuasive, talkative, impulsive and emotional
  • Steadiness – this describes someone who is a good listener, team player, possessive, steady, predictable, understanding and friendly
  • Compliance – this describes someone who is accurate, analytical, conscientious, careful, precise, meticulous and systematic
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Belbin’s Team Roles

“A team is not a bunch of people with job titles, but a congregation of individuals, each of whom has a role which is understood by other members. Members of a team seek out certain roles and they perform most effectively in the ones that are most natural to them.”
Dr. R. M. Belbin

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Clifton’s Strengths FInder

Introduction to Gallup’s ® Strengths Finder:
Over the last 50 years, Gallup has studied human behavior and has surveyed more than 10 million people around the globe to identify the factors that best explain staff productivity and motivation on the job. The results of this research are clear: People realize their full potential only when they are able to use their greatest talents on a daily basis. Peak performance is found wherever staffs are in roles that match what they naturally do well.

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5 Dysfunctions Of A Team

This workshop focuses on the five key areas that limit teams from a breakthrough to high performance. Utilising discussions and team simulation, the five elements are weaved with particular emphasis on building trust. Trust is the foundation that creates a platform for personal vulnerability and open communication, leading to team cohesion. The 360° team assessment enables teams to identify which areas often derail the team’s progress and opens the way to deep conversations about the team’s areas for growth.