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DiSC: Behavioural profile      

Understanding the different styles

RapidConsensus refers to the DiSC profile to help participants understand that individuals within a group have different behavioural styles.


We cover this in the core area of skills, learning about people reading. Simply knowing that each style has different underlying motivations and frustrations, makes it easier to work with and facilitate people. 

Learning what drives or diverts our attention can make all the difference in successfully bringing people together to achieve results. 

The DiSC behavioural profile is an assessment tool that identifies four primary personality traits:

  • (D) Dominance 

  • (i) Influence

  • (S) Steadiness

  • (C) Conscientiousness.


This video we watched in the workshop gives an overview of the four styles and how it can be used in your workplace to improve communication, and foster better teamwork.

Learning more about your profile 

Lately, after completing the workshops, we have been receiving a number of requests to further develop on the DiSC behavioural profile, as it is an area of interest. 


In response, we conduct facilitated DiSC sessions within your organisation to run the assessment for your team and then interpret the results together. Our recent sessions have been very impactful, with participants finding this next level of understanding extremely useful in helping them identify the behaviours that come most naturally to them.


Connect with us if you want to run a DiSC behavioural profile session for your team or group.


For your team:


 If you are interested in doing the DiSC profile as an individual, check out the DiSC Profile website.


For yourself:

People reading: Awareness   

Effective teamwork

Exploring behavioural styles is a life long study in itself. Within RapidConsensus, the purpose is to provide quick insights into what individuals value and their preferred communication styles for effective group interactions.


When working in teams, this understanding helps increase awareness of both your own and others' behaviours.

One of the most wasted resources on the planet is people not working effectively together. When teams interact productively, this opens up many more possibilities and saves a lot of time.

This is why we teach the skill of people reading. Having this key knowledge enhances the ability to collectively reach consensus. 

Within the workshop we refer to the four behavioural styles used in DiSC as birds, to characterise the traits of each stye and the speed at which they can work in a workshop setting. 


D = Eagle: Assertive, results-oriented, prefer taking control and driving progress.


S = Dove: Reliable and supportive, value cooperation and stability.


i = Peacock: Sociable and persuasive, enjoy interacting with others.


C = Owl: Detail-oriented and analytical, prioritise accuracy and quality.

Recognising that people have different interaction styles is crucial in your role as a facilitator. For the best results, you want to create a 'level playing field' where everyone can contribute. Understanding these different styles will ensure that everyone feels safe to engage freely in the dialogue and interact.

Fostering engagement

Please note: Everyone is a blend of all four styles and will instinctively adjust aspects of their behaviour in different situations.

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