What might it be like for a “high I” working in an “S” culture? Or a “high S” in a “D” culture?
The DiSC Classic Facilitator Report helps you identify the DiSC styles of both individual group members and the group itself.
Other key features of the DiSC Classic Facilitator Report include:
- Group information by DiSC style
- Information about classical patterns
- Reference group data
- Guidelines for responding to a group culture
- Quick reference page
The DiSC Classic Facilitator Report Provides:
Breakdown by DiSC Quadrant shows the percentage of people who receive high, moderate, or low scores in each of the DiSC styles. Each quadrant also displays the percentage of people who received that style as their primary or secondary style.
- DiSC Styles Distribution displays the percentage of people who received high, moderate, or low scores in each of the DiSC styles. This section also allows you to compare your group distribution in the four styles against the general population.
- DiSC Classical Pattern Distribution lists the percentage of people who received each Classical Pattern. Population data is also provided as a point of reference.
- DiSC and Group Culture provides an overview of each DiSC style as it relates to group. This section describes how you read your DiSC culture and helps facilitators understand the challenges and frustrations that individuals within that culture my face.
- Individual Data Table lists each individual, his/her primary DiSC style(s), secondary DiSC style(s), Classical Pattern, and segment numbers. Names are organized by highest DiSC style.
For smaller groups, the end of the report contains a bonus reference page that shows the DiSC quadrants and lists members who had their highest DiSC score in each quadrant. This page will not appear if there are more than 40 people in a single quadrant.
The DiSC Classic Facilitator Report is a low-cost, time-saving tool that quickly gets you up to speed on your group and the group’s culture.