What is DISK?
DISC is a personal assessment tool used to improve work productivity, teamwork, leadership, sales, and communication.
The DISC model is simple, practical, and easy to remember:
D How you respond to problems and challenges.
I How you influence others to your point of view.
S How you respond to the pace of the environment.
C How you respond to rules and procedures set by others.
Why You MUST Know Your DISC Type
An estimated 63% of companies use hiring assessments during the interviewing and hiring process. Almost all companies ask behavioral interview questions.
How will you answer the tricky "tell me about yourself" question?
Do you know for sure how you react under pressure?
Do you understand your own behavioral preferences?
Is your professional summary on your résumé accurate? Does it really describe you?
DISC provides the understanding that enables you to describe and differentiate yourself from other job-seekers.
An an authorized DISC Administrator and Behavioral Consultant with Profiling Pro, I can order and administer a DISC assessment for you that will help you re-discover the true you. I can weave the DISC information about you into your résumé.
Researching the company and position is only half the battle. To land the job, you must know yourself. DISC can help you ace the interview and land the job!
Our most popular package--DISC for Resumes and Cover Letters---costs $97.
(9 other packages are available!)
Why It's Worth IT
Once we know your DISC type, we can confidently use on your résumé the appropriate key words and descriptive phrases [directly from your DISC report] that describe you and the characteristics and traits you bring to a job. You, in turn, will have even more confidence that the résumé describes you and speaks as your own voice. You know it does so, because the key words and descriptive phrases used truly describe you and the inherent characteristic traits you bring to a job.
In addition, you'll learn to use the assessment to develop your personal brand, to present yourself better at job interviews, to enhance your interview portfolio, and to refine your job search and networking strategies.