Natural Versus Adapted DISC Graphs
TTI SI recently received a request to provide a research-supported rationale for TTI SI’s use of natural and adapted DISC graphs in our reports. This is a good reminder that some things are so obvious to us internally that we fail to provide the outside world with the documentation needed to understand our decisions. The graphic separation of the DISC data is a great example. This paper will not only explain how these two graphs provide crucial differentiating information, it will also point out how a single averaged DISC graph can be very misleading when trying to understand human behavior.