Includes 80 statements that may be descriptive of how you behave on the job. In the AMA DISC Survey, participants respond to these statements. After scoring, respondents are able to profile the results against those of others.
The AMA Disc Survey is a personal styles survey that focuses on the ways in which people approach their work and relate to others within their organisations. The survey is vbased on William Marston's D.I.S.C. framework and measures four basic styles of behaviour: Directing, Influencing, Supportive, and Contemplative.
Each of these styles has it's strong points as well as possible weaknesses. Thus, none of the styles measured by the survey are inherently better or worse than any of the others. More importantly, all of the styles can contribute to (or potentially detract from) the effective functioning of groups and organisations.
The AMA DISC Survey takes approximately 30 to 40 minutes to administer, score, and debrief.