Here we feature all you could possibly want to know about behavioral profiling like DISC and its practical application for sport.

Research Review of Personality and Behavioral Assessments

This article will review and discuss the key aspects of personality and behavioral assessments and how they can be measured. In order to do this, we must first review the distinction between personality and behavior. We must also evaluate the different methods of testing the two, specifically DISC (behavioral) and psychometric (personality) testing. Both are used in [...]

DISC Survey Design Improvements

We continue to strive to lift our game in providing an exceptional level of service and the highest quality products. Most recently, we’ve been working on DISC survey design improvements for our three DISC Profile assessments and we’re excited to share the latest development. What's Changed? The content of the DISC survey remains the same, [...]

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DISC Profiling Research into the Effectiveness of Developing Self-Awareness

By Kate Roskvist David Hedlund, Assistant Professor, St John's University. Over the summer, Bo Hanson, Director of Athlete Assessments and David Hedlund, Assistant Professor of Sport Management at St. John’s University, New York presented at the National Coaching Conference in Morgantown. The presentation focused on David’s ‘Research into the Effectiveness of Developing Sport Coaches’ [...]

Team Dynamics and DISC in Sport

Video Presentation by Bo Hanson, 4x Olympian and Coaching Consultant The perfect team chemistry is what everyone is searching for in any team or squad environment to achieve the top performances in sport. Watch this video as Bo Hanson looks at Team Dynamics in sport. Using DISC to analyze team dynamics, you will find that [...]

Essentials for Sports Coaching

The Critical Role of the Coach and the Coach-Athlete Relationship Video Presentation by Bo Hanson, 4x Olympian and Coaching Consultant In this 7-part video presentation, Bo Hanson discusses some of the essentials for sports coaching that all coaches should be aware of to take their coaching to the next level.  It covers the importance of [...]

Conflict, Cliques and Chaos Webinar

Using DISC and the Stages of Team Development to Navigate a Successful Season This video is a recording of the webinar presented for the Alliance of Women Coaches. Our client has been generous in allowing us to share this with you. Enjoy! Few coaches, if any, are immune to dealing with conflict, team chaos or [...]

The People Side of Sport and Your Pre-Season

Video Presentation by Bo Hanson, 4x Olympian and Coaching Consultant How to set up and navigate a successful season (despite the usual conflict, personality clashes or communication breakdowns). No matter how prepared you are for your season, you are bound to encounter some conflict, personality clashes and communication breakdowns.  In this presentation Bo Hanson discusses how [...]

Behavioral Profiling – Why do I need it? 5 Minutes with Bo Hanson

Video Presentation by Bo Hanson, 4x Olympian and Coaching Consultant Recorded during an ABC TV Interview, in this video Bo discusses why athletes and coaches will benefit from DISC behavioral profiling. Now you can see other Q&A videos, submit your own question below or return to the beginning of our video section. Main Reasons for [...]

What is DISC Behavioral Profiling in Sport? 5 Minutes with Bo Hanson

Video Presentation by Bo Hanson, 4x Olympian and Coaching Consultant In this video Bo Hanson explains DISC behavioral profiling and why it is critical for coaches and athletes to reach peak performance in their sport.  Recorded during an ABC TV Interview, don’t miss these important insights. Now that you've learnt about DISC Behavioral Profiling in [...]

Does Behavioral Profiling label people or put them in boxes? 5 Minutes with Bo Hanson

Video Presentation by Bo Hanson, 4x Olympian and Coaching Consultant Recording in a TV News interview on the ABC, Bo Hanson covers this important question about categorizing people.  Find out whether the use of behavioral profiles such as DISC assessments label people or put them into boxes and if so, how is this used for [...]