The Engagement Report Gives You New Descriptors to Increase Understanding
(Formerly Known as High Ds)
Are ambitious, forceful, decisive, strong-willed, independent and goal-oriented when dealing with problems and challenges.
(Formerly Known as Low Ds)
Are cooperative, low-key, modest and mild when dealing with problems and challenges.
(Formerly Known as High Is)
Are magnetic, enthusiastic, friendly, demonstrative and conversational when it comes to people and contacts. https://www.chartcourse.com/disc-tips/
(Formerly Known as Low Is) HOW TO READ THE DISC GRAPH(Opens in a new browser tab)
Are restrained, controlled, non-animated and reflective when it comes to people and contacts.
(Formerly Known as High Ss)
Are patient, reliable, predictable and relaxed when it comes to pace and consistency.
(Formerly Known as Low Ss)
Are active, flexible, eager and fast-moving when it comes to pace and consistency.
(Formerly Known as High Cs)
Are dependent, neat, careful, and compliant when it comes to procedures and compliance.
(Formerly Known as Low Cs)
Are uninhibited, open-minded, independent, unconventional and intuitive when it comes to procedures and compliance.
These new descriptors allow you to truly focus on the entire picture of an individual, rather than a snapshot. A renewed emphasis on keywords (aka P and C words, italicized above) directly applies the concepts of DISC to real life situations. These changes make sure the report is accessible and effective from the jump.
What is the Behavioral Continuum?
If you’re familiar with DISC, you might be used to two bar graphs running vertically, one for Natural and Adapted each. The Engagement Report changes all that with TTI SI’s premium behavioral continuum.
The behavioral continuum is a new view of DISC. While the traditional vertical graph requires two graphs for Natural and Adapted scores, the horizontal DISC continuum includes both scores, new descriptors for increased understanding, and keywords or “P and C” words to help describe the continuum.