The DISC© Method:

discover your behavioral profile and your team one as well, to optimize your interactions.

DISC, a behavioral analysis based on the theory of William Marston, reveals an individual’s natural and adapted style. Using the color model provides a better understanding of oneself, enabling the development of success strategies, improving communication, and enhancing leadership. Accessible to everyone, this method proves its effectiveness in individual performance, teamwork, and management, increasingly embraced by coaches and consultants in the business world.

Enhance communication,

maximize productivity, and strengthen team cohesion

The DISC method, based on personality behaviors—Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness—provides managers with a powerful tool to understand and optimize interactions within their team.

By identifying individuals’ preferred styles of communication, decision-making, and problem-solving, managers can tailor their leadership approach. For example, an action-oriented manager can adjust their style to better motivate an analytical team member.

Understanding the strengths and weaknesses of each team member, the DISC method allows task allocation optimization to promote more effective collaboration. Additionally, it facilitates conflict management by anticipating differences in perspectives.

In summary, the DISC method provides managers with valuable insights to maximize productivity, improve communication, and strengthen cohesion within their team.

Discover the benefits of the DISC© Method

for a smooth communication, relationships facilitated, and long lasting results

The DISC method enhances managerial effectiveness by identifying communication and decision-making styles among team members.

By understanding these preferences, managers can tailor their approach to foster more effective collaboration, allocate tasks judiciously, and strengthen team cohesion, thereby optimizing overall performance.

When using DISC© method? What does the DISC© method provide? Who is the DISC© method for?
• How to create effective teams?

• How to improve motivation and satisfaction for each individual?

• How to resolve conflicts and relationship issues?

• How to develop talents?

• How to recruit motivated and engaged team members?

• A better understanding of oneself, strengths, limitations, and areas of improvement

• A better understanding of others: how and why others are different from me?

• Improved communication with others to gain flexibility and efficiency

The DISC© method can support numerous professionals, including:
• managers,
• HR executives,
• coaches,
• team leaders,
• and entire teams.
It can help enhance communication, collaboration, and productivity within teams by promoting a better understanding of behavioral differences.

The 4 DISC© colors representing

4 behavioral profiles

Red Profile: Dominance

The world of red: ‘Everything is about achieving results and taking action.’ Enjoys challenges, risk-taking, and overcoming difficulties.

Yellow Profile: Influence

The world of yellow: ‘I need to act and interact to share my thoughts.’ Relational, optimistic, communicative.

Green Profile: Stability

The world of green: ‘I need to adapt to the environment even if it’s favorable to me.’ Calm, consensual, stable.
Calme, consensuel, stable.

Blue Profile: Conformity

The world of blue: ‘Life is not always smooth sailing.’ Analytical, precise, rational, formal.”