DISC is the name of a behaviour-style analysis with which to identify the different behaviours and feelings a person has and is likely to exhibit in various future situations. This analysis tool can be used to better understand why some people communicate better with each other than others.
DISC is based on William Moulton Marston’s research in the 1930s on so-called biologically effective emotions, i.e. emotions that promote survival of the organism. This method of analysis is one of the most thoroughly evaluated and widely used in 1900 and 2000.
Psychology and behavioural sciences have gained increasing importance as a source of knowledge. DISC has got an increasingly strong position in recruitment and business development where classic psychological tests are no longer considered to cover the needs.