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DISC is a powerful and profoundly simple tool to understanding people. Human behaviour can be a mystery. At home or in the workplace, we often misunderstand behaviour and personality, which become areas of stress affecting your work productivity and happiness. The good news is a simple 7-minute DISC test can unlock the key to better relationships, conflict resolution, motivation, and self-growth.
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According to Wikipedia, the DISC is a behaviour assessment tool based on the DISC theory of William Moulton Marston. This theory was developed into a behavioural assessment tool by industrial psychologist, Walter Vernon Clarke. Marston was a lawyer and a psychologist; he also contributed to the first polygraph test and authored self-help books. His major contribution to psychology came when he generated the DISC characteristics of emotions and behaviour of typical people. Marston, after conducting research on human emotions, published his findings in his 1928 book called Emotions of Normal People in which he explained that people illustrate their emotions using four behavior types: Dominance (D), Inducement (I), Submission (S), and Compliance (C). He argued that these behavioral types came from people’s sense of self and their interaction with the environment.