Learn About Everything DiSC®

Concepts, Research & History



Get to Know Everything DiSC®

Everything DiSC® is a suite of assessment tools that provides transformational learning experiences for individuals at all levels of the organisation.

Organisations can utilize Everything DiSC® to provide a common language that can help teams better understand each other as individuals, and work better together. This in turn, can improve communication, reduce conflict and create more engagement in the workplace


What is DiSC?

The DiSC Model is a simple yet powerful model that describes four basic behavioral styles: D, i, S, and C, and serves as the foundation for each distinct Everything DiSC application.

  • D: Dominance
  • i: Influence
  • S: Steadiness
  • C: Conscientiousness

Everyone is a blend of all four DiSC styles and usually one, two, or sometimes even three styles stand out.

How DiSC Works

The DiSC Model is based on the idea of two fundamental dimensions of human nature, represented by these two axes: 


The intersection of these two dimensions creates the four basic DiSC styles: D, I, S, C.

Teamwork (9)

Because a person can be a blend of styles, Everything DiSC actually has 12 unique DiSC styles.

How to Apply Everything DiSC

Use DiSC to Create a Common Language

Everything DiSC can create a common language for discussing uncomfortable topics.

With DiSC, Provide Insight into Behavioral Tendencies

Learners have a new way to organize and think about their own behavior as well as that of others. DiSC can illuminate learners’ patterns to help predict and navigate relationships more effectively.

Use DiSC Insights to Build Relationships

Using DiSC is a great way to help teams build stronger relationships.  It provides powerful self-insights powerful insights about others that can be used for better interactions.

History of Everything DiSC®

Take a journey back in time and learn about the landmark events that have helped shape what Everything DiSC® is today.


Read About the Theory  & Research Behind DiSC


Reliability & Validity

If an instrument is indeed useful and accurate, it should meet a variety of different standards that have been established by the scientific community.  Validation is the process through which researchers assess the quality of a psychological instrument by testing the tool against these different standards.


Researchers ask if an instrument measures consistently and dependably. If the results contain a lot of random variation, it is deemed less reliable.


Researchers ask if an instrument measures accurately. The more a tool measures what it proposes to measure, the more valid the tool is.  See how the Everything DiSC assessment performs under examination. Download the full Everything DiSC Research booklet and learn more.

Experience Everything DiSC

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The Everything DiSC Difference

Backed by over 40 years of research, and with our help, you can expect customizable solutions that meet your organization’s unique training needs. Start your organization on the path from personalized insight to cultural change today.


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