The fundamentals of DiSC were stated for the first time by William Moulton Marston in 1928 in his book Emotions of Normal People.

Marston identified what he called the four "primary emotions" and associated behavioral responses, we know today as Dominance, Influence, Stability and Conscientiousness.

Through 28 questions that are answered through an electronic platform, the individuals gets a full report on his profile relative to the 4 dimensions of the tool, with emphasis on his of behavioral responsive characteristics to different situations of the work context.

In addition to the default profile, the Report also indicates the strengths of the individual in each of the dimensions and the aspects that should consider to adapt his behavior when interacting with individuals with other profile patterns.

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