DISC - Psychology

Your DISC Profile

This week we thought we’d share some insight on one of the best ways we’ve found to improve the effectiveness of our work communication. Through learning your DISC profile. If you ever visited our offices (you know the corner office with the view of the shrubbery), you might hear such remarks as “You’re a high I” or, “he’s totally a high C.”

According to the DISC personality assessment, the “I” stands for someone that is friendly, outgoing, and talkative. Or as Mr. Walton likes to say, “a party looking for a place to happen.”  And this describes just about all of the RR staff.  Expectedly, it’s very common to find high “I” individuals in the recruiting field, or in a sales and marketing.  However, it’s not very common to find them in IT.

Personality Test

The DISC personality test can be quite informative when it comes to the workplace.  This is because it can help you understand how others work.  More importantly, it will help you understand how to more effectively communicate with others. It provides a quick reference on the way that people tend to think, act, and communicate. The DISC Personality Profile identifies patterns of behavior.  These patterns can be used to implement solutions for maximizing an employee’s strengths while minimizing weaknesses.

So, if you want to improve your communication with your boss, co-workers, and employees, we recommend taking a look.  So, just click the link below to read more about the DISC Personality Profile and how you can get DISCovered on your DISC.


Written by Mark J. Tyrrell

Mark J. Tyrrell is the Managing Partner & Founder of Right Resources and has helped clients recruit talented professionals across the U.S. for nearly 2 decades.  He’s a big fan of connecting passionate and mission-oriented folks with teams that draw that passion out into the world to make it a better place.  He lives outside Baltimore with his 1 wife, 1 daughter, 1 son, 1 dog, and 1 cat and he regularly dances like nobody’s watching—and sometimes like everybody’s watching.

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