What is a DISC Assessment?

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What is a DISC Assessment? 

We are often asked, “What is a DISC Assessment?, How do I pass a DISC Assessment?, or Can I fail a DISC Assessment?” A DISC Assessment is not a test, so it is impossible to fail. When taking a DISC assessment it is important to relax and answer the questions openly and honestly. So what does a DISC assessment measure?

DISC assessments measure a person’s different levels of each of the four DISC Factors:


Your need for control and your source of ambition. Whenever you are feeling self-motivated, you are using your ‘D’ factor.


Your need for communication and your source of persuasion. Whenever you are feeling talkative, you are using your ‘I’ factor.


Your need for planning and your source of thoughtfulness. When you are being strategic or go out of your way to help someone, you are using your ‘S’ factor.


Your need for structure and your source of organization. When you become extremely focused on completing your tasks, you are using your ‘C’ factor.

Once your DISC assessment is completed, you will be able to see your levels of each of the four factors in a bar graph and pie chart, as well as be able to download your personalized DISC Report.

DISC Pattern

Our algorithm takes your answers to all the questions. Our system creates your DISCflex Pattern based on those answers. Your DISCflex Pattern is based on your highest factor(s).

DISCflex Report

Our online DISC Assessment is 60 questions. You can download your report instantly after you complete the assessment. We have a number of different DISC Assessments. Your report will include information on the topic you choose. Check out the DISC topics we offer.

Each report is custom to the user. The information pulls based on your DISC Factor scores. Each DISC factor is scored from 0-100. You may have the same DISC Pattern as someone. However, if your DISC factor scores are different your report will vary.

Is DISC a personality test?

People call a DISC Assessment a personality assessment. Which is incorrect. Your personality isn’t something you can change. A DISC assessment is a behavior assessment.

A DISC assessment is not a test. There are no right or wrong answers. You can not pass or fail the DISC assessment. DISC doesn’t have a perfect profile or pattern. Each DISC Pattern comes with its own strengths and weaknesses. The DISC assessment measures your factor tendencies. You can change your behaviors and how you interact with people.

DISC e-Learning makes the difference!

After taking your DISC assessment, you will be amazed by your DISC Report. Since it could have easily been written by you about you. Many people find themselves asking “What do I do?”How can you use this information?

Based on your unique assessment results, Indaba Global has developed a DISC eLearning course. The program coaches you on how to apply this information. We have tools, models, and activities that proven to work. You will be able to take control of your behavior. DISC training will help you improve your soft skills. You will be able to dial up and down your DISC factors.

Flexing Your Behavior

Read your DISC report. Become familiar with your DISC pattern. How can it affect how you behave? The next step is to start flexing. Flexing refers to monitoring your behavior and choosing how you interact or react.

Behavior Morphing

When you go to the gym and lift weights you flex your physical muscles. Over time this transforms you. Your physical muscles grow and morph into bigger muscles. Behavior Morphing works the same way. It is the result of flexing your behavior over time. DISC reveals your tendencies. This gives you an awareness about how you behave. It is important to learn how to behave. Sometimes it is important to speak up. Other times it is important to listen. The goal is to figure out what is needed. If you don’t naturally behave one way. You may need to flex your DISC factors. Over time if you flex that factor, it can morph. It will become one of your tendencies.


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