Behavioural Profile (DISC)
A behavioural profile indicates how people are likely to approach problems, interact with others, and respond to the pace of the environment and its rules and procedures.
Behavioural profiles (such as DISC) provide employers with detailed information about an individual’s strengths, weaknesses, communication style and their motivators.
Understanding employees’ behavioural profiles can lead to:
- Improved communication
- Better team cohesion
- Improved performance and effectiveness.
The Onetest Behavioural Profile (OBP) is a behavioural assessment that provides an indication of how a person is likely to behave and communicate in a work role. This information can be used to identify individuals whose behavioural style matches the requirements of the position and how well they will fit into an existing team.
The Onetest Behavioural Profile utilises Marston’s DISC model (1928) to examine the extent to which an individual’s behaviour typifies four styles:
- Dominance – approach to problems and challenges
- Influencing – approach to social situations
- Steadiness – approach to pace of the environment
- Compliance – approach to rules.
There are no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answers in this assessment. Responses are analysed to identify how strongly each of the four behavioural styles are represented in the individual. An individual’s unique behavioural profile needs to be considered in the context of the specific job requirements.
Watch this short video for an overview of the Onetest Behavioural Profile.
Onetest Behavioural Profile (OBP)
Individual behavioural and communication style
Likely workplace behaviour
Recruitment. Recommended for testing the final few candidates.
Development. Recommended for use amongst all existing employees to identify strengths and areas for development.
Secondary assessment. All industries. All roles.
||10 minutes (untimed)
|£95 per assessment (includes reports)