Children's DISC Personality Assessment with Custom Report
By helping a parent better understand the inner workings of their child’s mind, this report can help improve communication, while minimizing misunderstandings and miscommunication. The individualized results from the report can help parents to learn how to encourage and motivate their child based on their unique personality and preferences. Since children are in a developmental stage, where meta-cognition and applied introspection is difficult, this report helps to create the language and framework necessary to help kids cultivate a growth mindset.
Designed to foster an understanding of DISC personality styles and characteristics as they relate to children and parents and their relationships, the children's DISC report communicates how the child interacts with others, which environments they best thrive within, and how they can overcome obstacles. The Children’s report helps parents to apply an understanding of the relationships between their own DISC style and that of their child. It also offers suggestions and advice as to how parents can make informed choices about how to create ideal environments that will empower their child to succeed.
Best suited for children between 9 to 12 years old
This report is designed to provide an assessment that is understandable to children between ages 9 to 12. We encourage parents to allow their children to have a free hand at doing the assessment (preferably providing them independent time and space) so that the children answer the assessment freely, without any parental expectations. The assessment is done online and will take approximately 7 - 10 minutes.
Upon purchase, an online link will be sent to your email address. Once the assessment is completed, we will be able to revert with a custom report in 5 working days. For the Children's Report, we encourage parents to read it together with your child.
For parents who wish to attain a full understanding of how your own personalities and your children's personalities interact, you may also choose to do the DISC Personality Asessment for yourselves (not the Children's DISC).