Personality and Behavioral Assessments

 

DISC is a personal assessment tool used to improve work productivity, teamwork, leadership, and communication. It measures an individual's personality and behavioral style. It does not measure intelligence, aptitude, mental health or values. DISC profiles describe human behavior in various situations, for example how you respond to challenges, how you influence others, your preferred pace and how you respond to rules and procedures.

The DISC assessment can be used in a variety of ways with both employees and student groups. NCAIS schools find the DISC useful in coaching, team-building, leadership development, student development, screening candidates and onboarding new hires,. The DISC report gives members of a school community an opportunity to learn something about themselves with the goals of self-improvement, personality enrichment and enhancement of their school community relationships.

The DISC has no right or wrong answers allowing faculty, staff, job candidates, and students to participate freely without fear of failure.  It is designed, in part, to increase awareness of one’s behavioral tendencies related to how one interacts with others. Results of these assessments actually increase the likelihood for professional growth, satisfaction, and success, which ultimately benefits the school as well.

The DISC may be packaged with a virtual or in-person feedback session with an NCAIS staff member.  This is particularly helpful with groups and can include support materials and action plans to help individuals and schools maximize positive outcomes.  Click below to view a sample DISC report.  One complimentary assessment and report per school are available for NCAIS schools considering a group administration. 

DISC Leadership

Other Core Assessments available through NCAIS are Motivators, Social Styles, Emotional Intelligence, and Learning Style assessments. 

Click here to view to current pricing for DISC administration.  Please contact Linda Nelson ([email protected]) or Stephanie Keaney ([email protected]) for additional information or to schedule a time to offer the DISC at your school!