What is the DISC Personality Test?

Find out your personality:

The first self-assessment based on Marston’s DISC theory was created in 1956 by Walter Clarke, an industrial psychologist. In 1956, Clarke created the Activity Vector Analysis, a checklist of adjectives on which he asked people to indicate descriptions that were accurate about themselves. This self-assessment was intended for use in businesses needing assistance in choosing qualified employees.

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D

Dominance

Direct

Decisive

Doer

Competitive

Results

Blunt

Firm

Strong-willed

I

Influence

Inspirational

Interactive

Interesting

Optimistic

Friendly

Lively

Outgoing

Negotiator

S

Steadiness

Stable

Supportive

Sincere

Patient

Thoughtful

Accommodating

Even-tempered

Listener

C

Compliant

Cautious

Careful

Conscientious

Contemplative

Accurate

Precise

Analytical

Systematic

What is your Enneagram?

Find out your type:

Are you a leader, thinker, do-er, or care-er?

Leader:Takes charge; focuses on outcomes and wants to be in control. 

Do-er: Takes action; likes to achieve things. 

Thinker:Plans; looks at all the options and is impressed with a clever plan. 

Care-er: Considers the impact of the plan and the actions of others; focuses on how people feel. 

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