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Why is DISC Personality Profiling so popular in Singapore?

DISC Personality Profiling is one of the most popular tools used to assess behaviour and personality traits in the corporate world today.


With its wide range of applications, DISC profiles have become a staple for many organizations when it comes to employee development and team building. DISC has been reportedly taken by over 100 million people around the world.


In Singapore, DISC Personality Profiling has been extremely popular throughout the years as its content and frameworks are easily applicable to the corporate world, and can be easily digested and understood within a half-day DISC Personality Profiling workshop or 1-day DISC Personality Profiling workshop.


Why is DISC Personality Profiling so popular in Singapore? As Singapore opens up its meetings and events industry post-pandemic, we are seeing a resurgence of demand for DISC personality profiling as teams get together for the first time in 3 years.


What is DISC Personality Profiling?

DISC stands for Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance. This system of assessment was developed by psychologist William Moulton Marston in the 1920s and has re-hypothesised and tested ever since.





The DISC assessment is usually a series of questions administered over a test, usually online. Results and a report are generated based on the answers of those questions. It is based on the DISC theory of psychologist William Marston. Marston's theory centers on four different personality traits: Dominance, Inducement, Submission, and Compliance.

Marston was an accomplished man who was not only a lawyer and a psychologist; he also produced the first functional lie detector polygraph, and authored self-help books.

His major contribution to psychology came when he generated the DISC characteristics of emotions and behavior of normal people. Marston, after conducting research on human emotions, published his findings in 1928 in his book titled Emotions of Normal People.


Marston explained his theory that people illustrate their emotions through behavior using the four behavior types called Dominance (D), Inducement (I), Submission (S), and Compliance (C).


The Four DISC Personality Profiling Main Personality Types

Are you the life of the party or a lone wolf? Do you prefer to take charge or follow orders? Chances are, your answers to these questions are based on your personality type.


By taking a DISC Personality Profiling test you can gain insight into how you think, act and interact with others. Discover what makes you unique with our DISC Personality Profiling Test.


What is a DISC Personality Profiling Workshop? Our DISC Personality Profiling workshop is a fun and very insightful workshop where participants will learn about their personalities, and how to understand people better, and also work together as a team. Benefits of the workshop include boosting communication and teamwork, and learning about your team's personality types and how to work together.


This workshop will also involve them doing the assessment (only a 10 min exercise) prior to the workshop as it will generate a customised DISC report for each of the participants.

What is the length of a DISC personality profiling workshop?

We offer 2 versions of the DISC personality profiling workshop - a half-day DISC personality profiling workshop and a 1-day DISC personality profiling workshop.


Both workshops explore workplace behaviour, how to adapt to different personalities, and how DISC can enhance teamwork and communication. Every participant will also get to understand their own DISC profile, behaviours, and motivations.


Where is the workshop held? Our clients usually ask us to run the workshop in their office space or at an external venue in Singapore as part of a larger event or corporate retreat. Overseas workshops are also available around Asia. Enquire with us for a proposal and quotation.


What does the workshop come with?


The workshop comes with LIVE training (virtual or in-person), a customised DISC portal, customised DISC reports for each participant and an Excel Sheet Download of all DISC Reports.


What are the Benefits of DISC Personality Profiling?


DISC Personality Profiling is more than just a fun assessment, it offers real value to individuals and teams. By gaining insights into personality types, communication styles, behaviour and motivation, participants learn how to leverage their strengths and collaborate better. DISC profiling allows you to understand the dynamics of different personalities within a team, and boost teamwork and collaboration.

Some benefits of DISC assessment include:

  • Understanding candidates' personality during the recruitment process

  • Better teamwork and productivity

  • Greater staff retention

  • More powerful teams

How can you learn more about our DISC Personality Profiling workshops?





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