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The DISC model provides a common language that people can use to better understand themselves and to adapt their behaviours with others.

What is the DISC 24X7 ?

What is it that causes you to move into action ? What are the drivers of your behavior ? What activities, careers, and conversations inspire a “passion” within you, causing you to want to become involved ?

The DISC© assessment measures four dimensions of behaviour, which are each associated with a behavioural style :

How you respond to problems or challenges : Dominance

How you influence others to your point of view : Influence

How you respond to the pace of you environment : Steadiness

How you respond to rules and procedures : Compliance

The Motivators Assessment measures and evaluates the seven motivational dimensions that are present in each of us.

How does it help you ?

  • Know yourself better, your strengths, your limits and your personal development paths.
  • Better understand how and why others are different from me.
  • Enhance interpersonal communication for more flexibility and efficiency.
  • Improve the quality of teamwork, the climate within the company and cooperation.
  • Handle conflict management.
  • Enhance ability to work in a team.

A wide range of business applications

What does the DISC profile measure?



Adaptability is your willingness and ability to adapt your approach or strategy to the specific requirements of the situation or the state of the relationship with a person at a given time. It is about your behavioural trends, attitudes and habits, rather than those of others.


DISC behavioural analysis helps to define your behavioural flexibility and to understand how you can develop it to facilitate interpersonal relationships.

Interpersonal communication

As you better understand why people behave the way they do and as you better understand your own models, your communication will become more open and effective in maintaining comfort (reducing tension) and increasing productivity while facilitating interpersonal relationships.


Measuring leadership means analysing your ability to communicate, to influence a group of people. With each of the four types of DISC behaviour, there is a different way to communicate and delegate tasks to them; to compliment and correct them; and to motivate and advise them. Learning these different methods can quickly make you a more sensitive and effective leader. Sensitivity and tact are constantly required of leaders.

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The Red Profile: Dominance

People with a dominant style are vigilant and direct. They are strong in their relationships with others, focused on time optimisation. These people are focused on the goal to be achieved and are concerned about the end result. Dominant styles take on challenges. Taking responsibility and showing authority. The main strengths of the dominant styles are their ability to progress, their leadership and their ability to make decisions. Their weaknesses are inflexibility, impatience, poor listening habits and difficulty in relaxing, enjoying life.

The Yellow Profile Influence

People with an Influential style are direct and open to their surroundings. They have characteristics such as animation, intuition and liveliness. But they can also be considered manipulative, turbulent and irritable when they exhibit behaviour that does not fit the context. The main assets of the Influent are his enthusiasm, persuasiveness and sociability; his main weaknesses are his involvement in too many things at once, his impatience and his lack of attention, which makes him easily bored.

The Green Profile: Stability

Stable people are open and indirect. To the extent that they believe that the environment and its rules are binding on them and that they should deal with their environment, they have an indirect approach to things - they observe and "think before they act". They are relatively elusive, warm and reliable. They focus on knowing others and building trust. The most important assets of the stables are the care and love for others. Their main weaknesses are that they lack a little trust, are too sensitive and sometimes easily harassed.

The Blue Profile: Compliance

People with a conscientious style are both indirect and reserved. They are engaged in analytical processes and are persistent and systematic in solving problems. It can be a guideline, especially if you don't follow the right process or procedure. People with a conscientious style tend to be perfectionist, serious and orderly. The main strengths of the Conscientious are precision, reliability, independence, control and organisation. The main weaknesses are postponing some decisions because he feels he lacks elements, tends to be picky and too cautious.

Combining DISC and Motivators

By taking into account your needs and motivations, you can adapt your behaviour to better interact with others. We provide different versions based on your needs and problems.

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