Ever wondered what it is that makes you tick?
Understanding Human Behaviour is a unique skill that can be taught and learnt.
Behavioural Profiling using Extended DISC®, can help individuals gain a deeper understanding of why they do what they do.
It identifies an individual’s strengths, potential areas for development and how we can be more efficient in both our personal and work environments.
Behavioural profiling and understanding yourself contributes to improved communication, the ability to build stronger relationships and enhances performance.
Behavioural profiling advantages
Through identifying our subconscious natural behavioural tendencies, we are able to unlock the codes and patterns of individual human behaviour, highlighting crucial information such as:
who Behavioural profiling is for
Behavioural Profiling is a valuable tool for personal and professional development, as it can help individuals gain self-awareness, identify areas for growth and develop strategies to achieving goals.
Behavioural Profiling can be used for:
Behavioural Profiling is a valuable tool for leaders and executives allowing them to gain self-awareness, improve communication, better manage their teams, make more informed decisions, and improve their overall performance.
Behavioural profiling can help leaders and executives gain a deeper understanding of their own personality and behavioural traits, communication styles, leadership strengths, and potential areas for development.
This increased self-awareness can help leaders become more effective in their roles by identifying areas where they can improve their leadership style, communication, and decision-making.
Profiling for Leaders can unlock areas such as:
Behavioural profiling can be a valuable tool for eam development and improving Team productivity and dynamics.
By understanding each team member’s communication style, strengths, and potential areas for development, the team can better collaborate and work together more effectively.
By leveraging this understanding, teams can reduce potential conflicts, and work together more effectively towards common goals.
Behavioural profiling can provide a common language for team members to better understand each other’s communication styles and preferences. This can help team members adapt their communication styles to better align with the needs of others and reduce potential conflicts that may arise due to miscommunication.
As an Extended DISC Practitioner, I look forward to discussing how I can help you and your teams.