Behavioural Intelligence (combines DISC & EQ)
Why Use a DISC Behavioural Assessment?
Because this unique combination profile measures emotional intelligence and also provides an understanding of how you put your emotional competencies into action.
If you rate low on Self-Regulation (TTI EQ) and high on the Dominance axis (DISC), what will that look like? Seeing how these two measures interact is highly insightful. To answer our own question, low Self-Regulation and high Dominance produces a quick to anger person, who cannot control the impulse to act. Through a debrief of the personality assessment profile, this person could understand why he acts the way he does and improve control when experiencing emotions.
When you understand the unique combinations that form in the DISC Behavioural assessment, you can be more effective in your interactions and communications, as well as experience improved performance when facing new or changing environments.
“This profile measures emotional intelligence and provides an understanding of how you put your emotional competencies into action.”
What is Behavioural Intelligence Measured in the DISC Behavioural Assessment?
Behavioural Intelligence measured in a personality assessment profile is made up of two separate assessments. The report combines two models well-known for and validated in measuring human performance: the DISC behavioural model and the TTI Emotional Quotient (EQ). These models are described in more detail on their own individual pages; however, a few highlights of each model are below.
TTI Emotional Quotient The TTI EQ measures a person's level of emotional intelligence, which is the ability to sense, understand and effectively apply emotions to facilitate higher levels of collaboration and productivity. The report provides insight into two areas: intrapersonal (self awareness, self regulation, motivation) and interpersonal (empathy and social skills) emotional intelligence.
DISC Profile DISC (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, Compliance) measures your behaviour and communication style. The DISC hehavioural assessment is one of the most popular assessments across Fortune 500 organisations for personal and professional development. The reason the DISC profile is so invaluable is because it offers a language (or set of terms) to describe observable human behaviour. As behaviours are at the surface of who we are, it is critical that we understand the actions we take and how we are perceived.
With a combined understanding of your emotional intelligence and behavioural style, you are able to go from the inside-out to improve your performance. If behaviours are at the surface, your emotional intelligence is at the core of who you are. To learn more about exploring multiple layers of your performance, see our Layers of Performance model.
Behavioural Intelligence Profiles
As the Australasian Master Distributor for the TTI Success Insights Suite of assessments, DTS is proud to offer access to our patented Internet Delivery System (IDS). This web-based system allows you to produce and manage all the Behavioural Intelligence profiles for your organisation from any device, anywhere, anytime.
"With our Internet Delivery System, produce and manage your Behavioural Intelligence profiles from any device, anywhere, anytime."
To see a sample of the Behavioural Intelligence report, check out the "Downloads" section on the right panel.
Not sure which profile is right for your needs? Our expert team is always on hand to help you choose the most appropriate profiles and provide suggestions on how to use them!
Get EQ and DISC Accreditated
In order to access the Behavioural Intelligence profile, you need to be both DISC Accredited and TTI Emotional Quotient Accredited. These accreditations are run separately, and the dates for each can be found on their respective accreditation pages.
"By attending both of these accreditations, you will earn the internationally recognised Certified Professional Behavioural Analyst (CPBA) and TTI Emotional Quotient Analyst qualifications."
The programs will provide you with the knowledge, resources and support you need to effectively apply the Behavioural Intelligence model in your organisation. We have over 30 years experience in researching and applying the DISC model and accrediting thousands of professionals around the country.
Or discover the power of multiple accreditations by booking our Science of Self Accreditation.
Combo and Other Assessments
Behavioural Intelligence is one of a number of the combination assessments available through the Success Insights Suite. With a combination of assessments, you will be better prepared for different organisational challenges, have an integrated knowledge of unique human differences and enjoy the maximum benefit of your investment.
Try an Online Report Free
The Behavioural Intelligence assessment involves taking a quiet 15 minute questionnaire online. Once complete, respondents will receive up to a 35-page, personalised report on their behaviours and emotional intelligence. Try one for yourself today by completing the form below.
To discuss your assessment and profiling needs, give our friendly team a call on 02 9360 5111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Measures Behaviour and Emotional Intelligence
Only takes 15 minutes
World's Most Popular Behavioural Tool
Practical Application Focused
Researched and Validated
Simple Model - Easy to Remember
Flexible – Has Many Uses
Behavioural Intelligence Profile
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