DISC Profile Patterns
One of the many advantages of Extended DISC is the DISC profile patterns easily recognisable from the graphs. From one glance at the profile patterns, recruiters, consultants, and HR Managers can understand a persons' natural behavioural style. DISC shapes in the profiles can create recognisable patterns, behavioural attributes and indicate job 'fit'.
DISC Profile Patterns are the shapes the profile graphs create. There are six basic disc shapes in the Extended DISC profiles. These are recognisable patterns to help consultants, managers, and recruiters understand people's behavioural attributes. The DISC profile patterns also help evaluate job fit during the pre-employment process
The DISC profile patterns help us identify an individual's DISC personality type and their innate talents at one glance. The Six Basic DISC Shapes are the most common shapes to appear in Profile II of an Extended DISC Behavioural Assessment.
What are the Six Basic DISC Shapes?
The Six Basic Shapes are:
- I Sell = DI profile
- I Follow = SC profile
- I Participate = IS profile
- I Create = CD profile
- I Plan = DS profile
- I Explain = CI profile