How do I identify my own DISC profile, and what are the benefits of doing so?

Identifying your own DISC profile can be achieved through a DISC assessment or questionnaire, which is designed to help you understand your behavioural preferences and tendencies. Here’s how you can go about identifying your own DISC profile:

  • Take a DISC Assessment: There are various DISC assessments available online. KONA only use the most reputable, well-established assessment to ensure accurate results.
  • Answer Honestly: When taking the assessment, be honest with your answers. Respond based on how you naturally tend to behave in different situations, rather than how you think you should respond.
  • Review the Results: After completing the assessment, you will receive a report or profile outlining your DISC scores. The report will typically describe your dominant and secondary behavioural traits and provide insights into your communication style, decision-making approach, strengths, and potential areas for growth.