Should You Use A DISC Assessment When Hiring Salespeople?

Using DISC assessments to hire people definitely has some flaws. It is an important tool, but you’re doing yourself a disservice if you’re only looking at a candidate’s DISC assessment. In fact, you’ll make the right decision about 50% of the time. Not much better than flipping a coin.

The answer – dive a layer deeper and reveal your candidate’s “why”. Increase your odds of selecting the right person to about 80% by adding a Driving Forces assessment to the selection process. Watch this quick video to see it in action.

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