DISC profile and DISC analysis

An Extended DISC analysis is a tool for analyzing people’s behavioral style and drive for use in recruiting and developing individuals and teams. It creates a common language for increased self-understanding and how one’s behavior in certain situations differs from the behavioral style of others.

A DISC analysis provides understanding of and insight into the behavior and motivation of employees or job candidates. The flexible reporting options allow you to use the tool in every conceivable situation, which has communication, behavior, management, teamwork and motivation in focus.

The DISC analysis is an analysis tool on the FinxS platform. The analysis is based on Extended DISC® Behavioral Profiling, which is based on behavioral theories that have been used for over 80 years and which is based on the foundation of Dr. Carl Gustav Jung.

The DISC analysis is used to create personal profiles, therefore it is also called a DISC profile. The letters DISC represent the four main behavioral styles: Dominance, Influence, Stability and Compleance.

Adaptation of reports in the DISC analysis

Our flexible reports can be standardized or 100% adapted to a given purpose or situation.

Graphs and the DISC diamond

Provides a quick visual picture of the person’s preferred and adapted behavior as well as the energy consumption associated with adapting the behavior.

Text communication

Description of how others see the person in relation to a number of topics such as motivational factors, ideal overall, communication style and decision making.

Motivational factors

Shows what strengths the person has behaviorally, what motivates the person and what the person typically tries to avoid, as well as how the person is likely to react under strong pressure.

Comfortable and flexible zones

A graphic representation that shows how much energy the person uses in different behavioral areas.

Graphic page

Which both graphically and in text tells about the person’s preferences in relation to a number of statements in headings: “Task description”, “Decision making”, “Communication” and “Being motivated by”.

Interview questions

It can serve as inspiration for what questions the respondent can ask the person. In addition, a reading guide is provided with instructions on how to interpret the results.

HR Solutions offer to create customized reports so you can get a report that is tailored to the company’s current needs.

In addition, we also offer the following DISC profiles:

  • Extended DISC® administration profile
  • Extended DISC® customer profile
  • Extended DISC® Data management profile
  • Extended DISC® Entrepreneur profile
  • Extended DISC® Management profile
  • Extended DISC® Sales profile
  • Extended DISC® Specialist profile
  • Extended DISC® Coach profile
  • Extended DISC® Standard profile

Individuals can answer the DISC analysis in the following languages, and you can also extract the DISC profile in these languages.

Arabisk, Bulgarisk, Dansk, Engelsk (Canada), Engelsk (Caribbean), Engelsk (India), Engelsk (Irland), Engelsk (Nigeria), Engelsk (South Africa), Engelsk (UK), Engelsk (US), English (Australia), Finsk, Fransk (Canada), Fransk (Caribbean), Fransk (France), Græsk (Cyprus), Græsk (Greece), Hollandsk, Italiensk, Japansk, Kinesisk (Mainland), Kinesisk (Taiwan), Koriansk, Litausk, Norsk, Polsk, Russisk (Russia), Spansk (Caribbean), Spansk (Latin America), Spansk (Spain), Svensk (Finland), Svensk (Sweden), Thailandsk, Turkisk, Tysk (Austria), Tysk (Germany), Tysk (Switzerland), Viatnamisisk, portugisisk (Brazil), portugisisk (Portugal)

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    What is a DISC profile?

    As mentioned, a DISC profile is a tool used to analyze and describe a person’s conscious and unconscious behavior in certain situations.

    The DISC profile tells something about the person’s behavior patterns, motivational factors, communication style as well as strengths and weaknesses.

    This knowledge can be beneficial to the company in terms of finding the right candidate for a given position or to form effective teams. However, many companies and organizations also use DISC profiles as a management tool to gain knowledge about how they best motivate and communicate to the various employees.

    At HR Solutions, we are experts in preparing DISC profiles for both companies and organizations. We specialize in Extended DISC, which provides a more nuanced picture of the different types of people.

    In this connection, we also offer certification courses in Extended DISC Basic, Extended DISC Team and Extended DISC Advanced.

    What characterizes the four behavioral styles in a DISC profile?

    Extended DISC® analysis consists of a total of 4 overall behavioral styles: Dominance, Influence, Stability and Compleance.

    The vast majority of people consist of a combination of 2 or 3 of these behavioral styles. It is essential to know all the behavioral styles in the DISC profile in order to be able to target the communication most effectively to e.g. an employee, manager or a team.

    By knowing the terminology behind the DISC profile, communication and workflows become less random, as it becomes clearer how communication should take place and what motivates the individual. This knowledge can be used actively in everyday life for both employees and managers, but can also help to shed light on how a job candidate will feel about his or her upcoming work assignments.

    If work tasks are far from the person’s preferred behavioral style, the person’s energy level will be drained faster. DISC profiles are therefore also often used in companies to find the candidate who is motivated by the work tasks that apply to the position in question.

    Below we have attached some adjectives to what characterizes each type of behavior in the DISC profile.

    D firkant


    D-behavior is characterized by being:

    • Competitive
    • Dominant
    • Direct
    • Authoritarian
    • Ready for change
    • Demanding
    • Strong
    I firkant


    I-behavior is characterized by being:

    • Inspiring
    • Spontaneous
    • Energetic
    • Emotional
    • Impulsive
    • Carefree
    • Curious
    S firkant


    S-behavior is characterized by being:

    • Caring
    • Implementing
    • Accepting
    • Persistent
    • Sincere
    • Pending
    • Stubborn
    C firkant


    C-behavior is characterized by being:

    • Detailed
    • Perfectionist
    • Accurate
    • Persistent
    • Formula
    • Systematic
    • Quietly

    Areas of application for Extended DISC analysis

    Extended DISC® analysis can be used in a wide variety of situations that require an understanding of human behavior, their preferred communication style, and what motivates them. A DISC profile can thus be used both for the development of employees and for your own self-development as a leader.

    Below you can read more about the different areas of application for which the DISC profile can be used.

    DISC profiles for sale and communication

    A DISC profile is an effective tool for use in the sales department, customer service or to create better teamwork and minimize conflicts at all levels.

    With insight and understanding of the behavior and motivation of different types of people, you get the tools to be able to target your message more precisely in sales processes. This makes it possible to avoid the barriers that exist in the individual behavioral styles and thus gives a greater chance of success.

    DISC profiles for recruitment

    A DISC profile is an obvious tool to use on job candidates to find the right candidate for the position.

    How do the job candidates’ behavioral style fit into the team they are to be part of, and do they even have to sit with work tasks that motivate them in everyday life? These are some of the things you can get answers to with a DISC profile.

    With a DISC analysis, you thus get a tool that minimizes the risk of costly incorrect hiring by being at the forefront of the focus person’s behavior and motivation.

    FinxS and Extended DISC are integrated with our online recruitment system, so you can broadcast DISC analyzes directly from the system. Read more about our recruitment system here.

    DISC profiles for management

    Use DISC analyzes / Extended DISC Profiler and the terminology behind it as an active management tool to increase communication between manager and employees.

    As a manager, it is crucial to be able to adapt and deliver your message most optimally. Extended DISC profile can thus become a tool that is unknowingly used as a communication tool in the organization. In other words, the DISC profile can help to create a common language that is considered in everyday life.

    DISC profiles for sale

    We recommend using Sales 18 – which is based on 18 sales-specific areas for both recruitment and development of salespeople.

    It can be combined with Sales Capacity Assessment which gives an insight into what the person is doing in sales and the person’s potential.

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