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Learning more about your personal chemistry provides you with the opportunity to understand yourself and others better.

DiSC is the universal language of observable behavior, including both verbal and non-verbal communication.   It looks at how people act.

Our behaviors are the doorway to communication. They define how we tend to send information and how we wish to receive information. We each have our own style. Depending on the environment, our style can be a source of strength or it can become and obstacle to our personal effectiveness, our interactions, our relationships – our success.

The DiSC assessment looks at HOW we respond to:

  • Problems and challenges
  • Our interactions and attempts to influence others
  • Change and the pace of our environment
  • Rules and procedures

While the DiSC assessment explains how we do things, our motivators and driving forces explain the WHY behind our actions and passions, ultimately influencing our decisions. Motivators are the preferences in our mind that drives us into action. They help us understand WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO.

When our motivators are unfilled, we can find ourselves unhappy and less engaged.

Increasing our awareness will help us better understand what we find motivating as well as what we find demotivating. When you understand what drives you, you can make decisions that are better suited for you.

The DiSC and Motivators assessments help you truly understand who you are and why you do what you do.

DiSC Report    For a sample DiSC report in pdf click here.

For a sample Motivators and Driving Forces report in pdf click here.

   For a complimentary assessment or to learn more about how you can use these assessments in your organization, call us today at 312.857.3570.

TTI’s products are Safe Harbor-approved, non-discriminatory and are fully EEOC compliant. TTI’s complete and comprehensive Adverse Impact Study validated the use of assessments within employment practices.

TTI SI Styles Insights (DiSC) Reliability Study conducted by a third-party

TTI SI Motivation Insights Reliability Study conducted by a third-party

TTISI White Paper – Adverse Impact

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