DISC is a model for explaining observable human behavior. Everyone responds to the environment with preferred styles of behavior. None is inherently better than another. In a given situation, these behaviors may serve us well or not. When styles are in sync, others are more receptive to what we say or want. Communication is more likely to be understood. When styles are in conflict, both parties may experience frustration or confusion, which can harm the relationship as well as communication.
Often paired with BRODY’s “Understanding Behavioral Styles” and “Influencing Without Authority” training programs, DISC provides information about how you respond to problems and challenges, influence others to your point of view, respond to the pace of the environment, and respond to rules and procedures set by others.