Disc Management

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Everything DiSC® Management provides insights into the one-to-one relationships a manager has with individual staff and superiors.

 

Discover your DiSC management style and learn how to adapt your style to manage, motivate, direct, and develop your staff based on their own DiSC styles.

Everything DiSC® Management provides insights into the one-to-one relationships a manager has with individual staff and superiors.

 

Discover your DiSC management style and learn how to adapt your style to manage, motivate, direct, and develop your staff based on their own DiSC styles.

 

Assessment experience
This online profile is designed for the individual learner.

  • Takes 15-20 minutes to complete the questionnaire.
  • Learner creates a secure account to complete or return to the survey.
  • Questionnaire includes the measurement of 12 personality types, making the report personalized.
  • Profile report is available immediately upon completion and can be saved or downloaded.

 

Profile features

  • 27-page management-specific report to help managers at any level.
  • Focuses on directing, motivating, and developing the staff who report to you.
  • An entire section devoted to working with your own manager.
  • Learners can also compare their style to colleagues via MyEverythingDiSC, Wiley’s online extended learning portal.
  • Profiles in languages other than English are available.

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