We are a non-profit organization devoted to the research, validation, certification and promotion of DISC Methodology
DISC is a behavioral language and assessment tool, categorizing four aspects of behavior: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Compliance, to improve work productivity, teamwork, and communication.
DISC helps in recognizing and understanding personal behavior styles. It's key for effective communication, personal development, and building stronger, more understanding relationships.
Utilized in both personal growth and professional development. Enhances self-awareness, improves team dynamics, aids in conflict resolution, and strengthens interpersonal relationships.
William Moulton Marston was a renowned psychologist, inventor, and comic book writer, best known for creating the character Wonder Woman. He held a Ph.D. in Psychology from Harvard and was a professor at American University. His diverse career reflected his interest in understanding and depicting human behavior.
Marston developed the DISC theory in the 1920s, focusing on four primary emotions and associated behavioral responses.
His work emphasized understanding emotional behavior to better manage people and relationships, laying the groundwork for the modern DISC assessments used in various sectors today.
One of our missions is to validate high-quality DISC training. We certify that the content, trainers, practices, and use of the DISC methodology ensure that individuals can apply the method correctly in their personal or professional environment.
These are the levels of training that we validate: