Behavioural Characteristics

What are the behaviour characteristics of individuals within your organisation? Are team members able to adjust or flex their behaviour to suit any given situation?

Taking this one step further, what are the combined behaviour characteristics of individual teams within your organisation? Do the individual characteristics of each team member compliment other team members or create conflict?

Helping individuals understand their behaviour and ensuring they know how to flex this behaviour when faced with different situations can both aid their individual development and improve the effectiveness of the overall team.

DISCflex is now offering a reformatted report that provides easy to follow explanations of the DISC Factors and Sub Factors and added illustrations to third party input along with an easy to read report on 10 sub topics based on each individuals personal DISCflex profile. It provides advice, tips and warnings that will help them flex their behaviour appropriately.

Third Party Input from three different areas of an individual’s life. This provides an awareness of how other people view their behaviour. Is there a difference between how others see their behaviour and their own view? Do they flex behaviour in different circles or are they consistent? This data can be used for great conversations around behaviour.

Analysis of Sub Factors. Looks at natural behavioural tendencies against those behavioural tendencies that are used the least. This provides a great opportunity to raise awareness of when to dial up or dial down a behaviour to match a given situation.

Assessing an employee’s behaviour is a great way to be able to engage an employee in a more meaningful way!

How does it help in a team environment?

The DISCflex Team Behaviour Report delivers an analytical tool providing the information that can enable your executive team to look at their team and analyse it by looking at who the team leader is, and the individual skills that each team player brings. 

Individuals don’t have to complete another assessment as we use their individual report from the same DISCflex family as other team members.

It includes a list of all team members individual scores at a micro level as well as a team breakdown at a macro level. This macro report is valuable in that it provides:

  1. Number of people in a team that have each DISCflex Pattern
  2. A visual of the magnitude of patterns relative to each other providing a snapshot of areas to monitor.
  3. Behavioural skills gaps are highlighted in one graph.
  4. Team Leaders strengths and challenges.
  5. Teams governing behaviour.

 And for the first time, this (like Indaba’s other reports) is now fully automated. This means that now, instead of being forced to spend tens of thousands of dollars (or go without the information), this critical data can be delivered directly to any team leader in your organization for a fraction of the cost.

Whether you need to assist just one employee with their ability to flex their behaviour to suit different situations or assess a whole team and the impact of their individual behaviours on the whole team or organisation we can help.