The DiSC Profile


The DiSC Profile is an online assessment which we employ at SoulSalt. It was designed to provide insights into your natural and adaptive behavioral styles. The DiSC is one of the oldest assessment tools of its kind, backed by reliable research. If you haven’t taken a DiSC a test, one can be acquired by contacting us and we will order you an online assessment. 

This page was designed for individuals who have taken an assessment and want to learn more about their test results and how to apply this information into the workplace, relationships, and general personal growth endeavors.

Every completed assessment immediately results in an extensive report outlining insights, recommendations, your Classical Profile Pattern, things to watch out for and other valuable pieces of information about yourself.

We employ the DiSC assessment as one of many tools which give us coaching clues into your unique answers to these questions:

What motivates me?

What are my work habits?

What are the behavior patterns which can either serve me or get in my way?

How can I improve my ability to communicate with people much different than I?

In addition, your report provides you an explanation of the DiSC model, general highlights of all the DiSC styles, and information on all the Classical Profile Patterns, not just yours. This provides an excellent reference to better understand each of the DiSC behavioral or personality styles.

We recommend you follow these steps to get the most from your DiSC assessment report.

Step One: Completely read through your report.

Step Two: Go back through pages 3 through 12 and using a highlighter, mark the words, sentences or phrases that seem to exactly fit you. Ask a peer, associate, spouse, or partner to do the same. Use this exercise as a comparison to see how others see you.

Step Three: Pay close attention to page 3. This line graph shows you many things including your “Classic Profile”. Make sure you have read the half-page outline concerning your “Classic Profile” (found on pages 15 through 23).

Step Four: Use page 3 as a reference, print off a copy of our DiSC worksheet,  then watch the following suite of short video tutorials. They will give you additional insights into how to interpret and use your results.