Inscape Publishing has developed two DiSC Group Reports to help you analyze your team. These reports can be created after two or more people have completed the DiSC Classic 2.0 Online Report or the DiSC General Characteristics Online Report. Use the contents below to determine which report best suits the purpose of your upcoming DiSC session.
DiSC Group Culture Report
The DiSC Group Culture Report was developed to help you explore the DiSC style, or culture, of a group. Once you know the culture — its characteristics, advantages, and drawbacks — you're better prepared to open meaningful discussions with group members in a group setting or one-on-one.
The DiSC Group Culture Report provides a breakdown of your group members by DiSC style and Classical Pattern distribution, advantages and drawbacks of the culture in your group, and other issues to consider.
- The DiSC Group Culture Report was designed for beginner DiSC learners.
- This DiSC report does not include participant names, which allows for a safe jumping-off point to discuss your group’s culture.
The DiSC Facilitator Report is designed to help you better understand the diversity of interpersonal styles within your group so that you can help participants use their DiSC knowledge most effectively. The DiSC Facilitator Report provides a composite of your group's DiSC styles, allowing you to quickly and easily build customized group reports using data from DiSC Classic 2.0 or DiSC General Characteristics.
The DiSC Facilitator Report helps you identify the DiSC styles of both individual group members and the group itself.
- The DiSC Facilitator Report was designed with the DiSC Trainer in mind. Language style and report contents are written for someone who is more familiar with DiSC.
- This DiSC report includes names and each group members' DiSC Graph to help you facilitate your DiSC training session.
- This report allows you to compare your group distribution in the four styles against the general population.
When to Use DiSC Group Reports:
- When your focus is team development
- When you want to see the similarities and differences of group members' styles
- When you want to improve the group's understanding of each other, address conflicts in the group, or examine the group culture
- When you want to help group members understand how they fit into the culture of the group
Note: The DiSC Group Reports can include an unlimited number of participants.