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About Us

The area of communication and behavior is certainly one of the most important in all spheres of life, both personal and business. Everywhere there are sales teams that do not work, corporate executives in conflict with staff, partners who do not understand. DISC is a behavioral and emotions analysis system in business and personal environments that significantly helps us to understand ourselves, to understand how others are, and thus be able to interact, communicate and work productively and proactive.

The International DISC Institute is focused on the study, development and implementation of the DISC theory around the world

Our Mission

Our mission is to help people to improve their interpersonal relationships at the professional, social and personal level, wich we belive will revert into a more productive companies, more active environments, and more fulfilling lives, through the development, promotion and extension of the DISC language and model and its application in all possible environments.

Our activities

  • The International DISC Institute do NOT sell or distribute DISC assessments, our activities are:
  • Promote the DISC through: Conferences and Seminars
  • Develop and promote DISC based resources.
  • Certificate the DISC training provided by specialized companies and distributors, assuring its quality
  • Keep a database of professionals certified in the professional use of DISC
  • Keep a database of companies that use or have use DISC as a valued tool
  • Help DISC developers in the validation of their DISC tools and assessments
  • Investigate in new applications of the DISC model

Our Committee

  • Mr. Ignacio Rubio Guisasola (Spain)
  • Mr. Fernando Huertas (Colombia)
  • Mrs. Nathalie Bertin (France)
  • Mrs. Daniela Schuler (Switzerland)
  • Mr. Sergio Almeida (Portugal & Brasil)
  • Mrs. Ángeles Gris (Spain)
  • Mr. Fabrizio Dezio (Italy)
  • Mr. Yves Billiet-Prades (France)
  • Mr. Jose Manuel Calvo (Spain)
  • Mrs. Silvia Lavobitz (USA)
  • Mrs. Monique Schuler (Germany)