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DISC and The 12 Driving Forces

TTI Success Insights makes behavioral assessments that reveal human potential. Since 1984, TTI SI has provided industry-leading insights through a comprehensive suite of behavioral assessment tools that increase employee productivity and improve culture and employee engagement. If you've felt frustrated as a leader and have wondered how to improve employee retention and motivation, using the insights revealed by these assessments is the best place to start. Connect with me for a complimentary coaching session to learn why. 


DISC -  DISC is an assessment that measures four separate factors: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Compliance. Put simply: the DISC assessment measures how a person does what they do. The DISC profile creates a language around observable behavior, which in turn improves communication, engagement, and self-development. The DISC Model Uncovers Insight Into the “How” Behind Your “Why”. It reveals the behavioral makeup that is unique to each individual. Taking and understanding a DISC assessment helps people:


  • Minimize unnecessary conflict

  • Increase productivity and engagement

  • Enhance communication

  • Maximize their strengths

  • Develop self-awareness

"TTI SI’s DISC assessment gives the most complete picture of an individual’s behavior. No one is average, and the DISC assessment is designed to provide confidence to the end user through in-depth analysis and research-backed insights. Our DISC differentiates your natural style from your adapted, and also incorporates the neurological pathway differences between what you say you are and what you say you are not."

Dr. Ron Bonnstetter PH.D, Senior Vice President of Research and Development, TTI Success Insights

12 Driving Forces - is an assessment that measures why a person does what they do; it defines and identifies what motivates people. It measures the motivation (and strength) behind behaviors, using 6 different motivators. Those motivators are Knowledge, Utility, Surroundings, Others, Power, and Methodologies. These 6 motivators are each divided into two distinct ways of measuring each factor. Based on a continuum, these 12 drivers make up a person’s cluster of Driving Forces. 12 Driving Forces Reveals the Passion Behind the Person by Measuring Key Motivators. Utilizing the 12 Driving Forces assessment will help your organization with:

  • Personal development

  • Performance improvement

  • Career motivation

  • Strategic planning

  • Hiring

  • Coaching and advancement

"12 Driving Forces delivers powerful insight and clarity into why you and your team members do what you do. Once you understand what energizes and stresses out your team members, you are better positioned to create a more rewarding work experience. With this comes higher engagement, less turnover and happier, more effective teams."

Marcus Straub, Owner, Life is Great! Inc.

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