DISC is about self-awareness and the ability to build more effective relationships. It is about understanding your own preferred style and stretching to meet where other people may be. Reading other’s styles and adapting accordingly to where you can understand them and they can understand you. It’s about being agile, emotionally intelligent and knowing yourself. If you can interact with others the way they prefer, the outcome will allow you to be more respectful of differences and likely to have better personal and work interactions.
Human beings are diverse in so many ways, including race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, physical, religion, culture, and beliefs. But what about attitude, the way we speak, listen, learn, behave, act and react?
Supporting inclusion means providing an environment where others feel valued and respected for their unique and authentic selves. And having a foundational culture of DiSC offers people a way to embrace and adjust their style more successfully to those differences.