There are several tools to choose from for recruitment agencies, temporary employment agencies, job consultants, career centers etc. At Job Vision, we apply Extended DISC as a tool for taking a snapshot of your personality. Extended DISC Personality Analysis is a non-judgmental tool for analyzing behavioral styles and driving power. This creates a common language for increased self-understanding and how one’s behavior is adapted to the behavior of others.
The personality analysis gives an understanding of and insight into the behavior and motivation of employees or job candidates. The flexible reporting capabilities offered by the Extended DISC Personality Test allow you to use the tool in all conceivable situations that have communication, behavior, leadership, teamwork and motivation in focus. It is an advantage for all Job Vision candidates that Extended DISC personality testing is being applied. It gives a clearer picture for the mentioned parametres.
DISC Personality Test
For us as a recruitment company and Job Vision’s HR employees, career coaches, career counsellors, job consultants etc., the Extended DISC Personality Test is a useful HR tool and an optimal choice of personality test. This personality test gives an idea of people and their resources in just two days. Extended DISC Personality Test improves your or your company’s HR skills by interpreting personality tests, behavioral patterns and communication method. In connection with a recruitment process, outplacement etc., the Extended DISC personality test can also be applied successfully. This personality test is applied on more Job Vision candidates, i.e. both on managers and other employees. Extended DISC Personality Test offers many reports according to actual needs as a tool for Job Vision Career Coaches, Career Consultants, Job Consultants and others in connection with our candidates’ career changes, outplacement, job transition etc.
Extended DISC personality test can be divided into the following sections: adjectives, motivational factors, motivational reduction points, ideal leader, communication style and decision making. Below are a few examples of two of the mentioned points.
Motivation factors are factors that motivate the person in question. These factors may be things like self-employment, good relationships with other people, clear goals, appropriate degree of freedom etc. Factors that reduce a person’s motivation might be situations like: others decide for the person to be alone, incompetent leader, lack of competition, others are making changes of the person in question etc.