Here are the results of your force4disc test

( This is a sample report! )
Discover your behavioral style among the 4 D.I.S.C. profiles, as well as the main motivations that guide your actions. This will reveal your strengths and limitations. The aim is to help you understand yourself better, so you can learn to communicate better and improve your relationships.
You can also download and print your complete report (PDF format). This personal development aid includes questions and exercises to help you delve deeper, either on your own or with a coach.
PDF files are not available for example reports, but some can be viewed/downloaded directly from the examples page.


Your profile at a glance

Profil Adapté-Naturel
Based on your test answers, here's your profile.
The dominant
Brimming with energy, they are always focused on action and movement. Naturally ambitious and tenacious, they enjoy challenges. They always focus on the goals ahead. They're straightforward and quick to make decisions. Their relationship with others is direct, authoritarian and sometimes even aggressive.
The influential
They have a friendly, cheerful, sunny disposition and a genuine interest in fashion and trends. They like to maintain good relations with others, and constantly seek out company. They're good at collaborating, persuading people and delegating. Their relationship with others is natural and democratic.
The steady
They are reliable, loyal and stubborn. They like a job well done, in a calm and harmonious atmosphere. Always good listeners, they enjoy helping those close to them, defending different causes and easing tensions. Their relationship with others is warm, discreet and sometimes even shy. Their fundamental need is to be accepted by others.
The conscientious
They like to think before they act. They have a strong desire to learn, explore and, above all, understand their surroundings. They seek perfection and accuracy. Their relationship with others is somewhat cold, cautious and sometimes even indifferent. They need security and confidence to feel fulfilled.

The Force4DISC test also distinguishes two behaviors that correspond in short to how you are and how you appear:

  • the natural behavior we unconsciously adopt in our inner circle
  • the adapted behavior we demonstrate in our professional circle
Profil Naturel
Your natural behavior
This is the behavior you've developed as you've grown up, due to your upbringing, your environment and your experiences. It's your "private self", which characterizes you and is unlikely to change over the course of your life. It corresponds to how you behave with those closest to you. And of course, when you're under pressure, your true nature can also come to the fore!
Profil Adapté
Your adapted behavior
This means how you behave in a particular situation which requires you to respect given social codes, be they conscious or subconscious. This "public self" is expressed, for example, at work in front of your superiors or customers, or in everyday life with shopkeepers or people you don't know well.

Your two superimposed styles highlight the similarities and differences between your Natural and Adapted behaviors.

The aim is not to pass judgment, but simply to give you a finer perception of your personality.
Profil Adapté-Naturel
The superimposition of your behaviors reveals your ability to be
facilitator and promoter in your relationships with others.
Let's take a closer look
at your profile

The Force4 assessment reveals the character traits, strengths and potential weaknesses which define you.

  • It examines the four DISC components through the lens of your two behavioral styles.
  • It reveals your inner nature and highlights how you react in a positive context and when under stress, and to what degree.
  • Last but not least, it offers advice to those around you to help them understand your preferences and interact with you better.

Ready, set, go!


Let's start with a general outline

What defines me

  • I work in a cooperative environment where everyone can express themselves
  • I avoid serious and conflictual relationships
  • I am thoroughly optimistic and spontaneous
  • I need freedom of action, to be able to do as I see fit
  • I'm enthusiastic with a great sense of humor
  • I take initiatives
  • I work well with changes and adapt easily
  • I have natural empathy
  • I have the ability to see things big and project myself
  • I prefer to work in a relaxed environment with no strict rules
These are the main character traits and behavioral tendencies that stand out in your Force4DISC profile. Do you recognize yourself?

What others think of me

...when you feel good

In a favorable atmosphere or an ideal context where you feel safe, people perceive you as:
  • Considerate
  • Dynamic
  • A good listener
  • Enthusiastic
  • Regular

...under stress

In a difficult situation, those close to you will perceive you as:
  • Euphoric
  • Elusive
  • Grouchy
  • Unrealistic
  • Distracted
The way we behave in stressful situations can be misinterpreted by others. Being aware of this enables us to adopt the best strategy for coping with tension and responding effectively.

My difficulties

  • I don't always apply myself
  • I over-adapt to others
  • I find it hard to focus
  • I don't follow the rules, or I only follow those I set myself
  • I'm sensitive and easily offended by overly direct remarks
Being aware of your own limits means you can sidestep difficulties and look to people with complementary qualities for support. These character traits are the points to bear in mind to maintain productivity.

In terms of communication...

My communication style

  • I energize others and am energized by them in turn
  • I use humor and speak informally
  • I can be familiar and tactile in my discussions with others
  • I am chatty and loquacious
  • I like to dress up and be on the cutting edge of fashion
  • I fidget a lot
  • I speak quickly and talk with my hands
  • I write e-mails that sound like I talk
  • I am happy to talk about anything and have no taboos
  • I sometimes write pointless, long and irrelevant e-mails
Identifying our verbal and non-verbal communication preferences enables us to interact more effectively with others. By gaining a better understanding of yourself, you'll be able to communicate more easily with others.

Some tips for communicating with me

  • Not being cold, distant or dry with me
  • Being enthusiastic during our discussions
  • Finding time for informal discussions
  • Allowing yourself to talk to me about your personal life
  • Using exaggerations, metaphors and superlatives: I love that!
  • Supporting my dreams and ideas
  • Taking the time to make contact and say hello
  • Creating a climate of trust
  • Accepting that I'm looking for fun and pleasure above all else
  • Providing me with a welcoming and friendly working environment
These few suggestions will help the people with whom you interact to understand your preferences better and thus communicate with you in the best possible way.

And in the workplace?

What motivates me as a manager
...and what happens when i manage someone

  • I like to be entertained
  • I appreciate compliments and public recognition
  • I'm warm and approachable
  • I involve others in my discussions
  • I only give new subjects a cursory glance
Everyone has different preferences and managerial approaches. Recognizing your talents and motivations will help you to lead a team, develop your coworkers' skills and meet objectives effectively.

My professional expectations

  • Being recognized for my commitment and cheerfulness
  • Having professional and personal discussions as part of my day
  • Being allowed to organize my own schedule
  • Being active and in a dynamic environment
  • Working in a start-up or trendy company with a flexible organization
In the world of work, what satisfies you is not necessarily what satisfies someone else. Identifying your expectations and sharing them with your coworkers will facilitate your professional relationships.

The best ways of handling me

  • Showing patience, consistency and a sense of humor
  • Listening to me talk about my personal or professional problems, but knowing when to cut me off
  • Letting me express my creativity and originality
  • Checking I'm on track to know where I'm heading
  • Starting with the bad news and moving quickly on to the good
These recommendations for understanding your preferences are designed to help you interact more effectively. Share them with anyone who wants to work with you!

The things to avoid when handling me

  • Micro-managing people
  • Being systematically negative or always against me
  • Entrusting a file to me alone
  • Asking me to go into detail and turn in highly precise work
  • Putting me in a cold, austere workplace
These are all tricky situations that compromise your productivity and efficiency, aren't they? So it's a good idea to make sure those around you are aware of this, in order to avoid creating conflicts.

An initial overview of your profile...

What i need

  • Being part of an enthusiastic team, where I can shine
  • Working in a climate of trust, which leaves plenty of room for enjoyment
  • Having a manager who listens and works with me, even paternalistically
  • Being managed by a boss who is inspiring and open to dialogue
  • Allowing me to dare to take risks
The better we satisfy our needs on a daily basis, the more effectively we act. So it's important to be attentive to them, nurture them and satisfy them for greater efficiency and fulfillment.

My areas for improvement

  • Prioritizing my actions, concentrating on completing one task at a time
  • Managing my time and improving my personal organization both for my own good and for that of those who work with me
  • Paying more attention to "knowledge" and "considered thought"
  • Doing things for myself, without systematically seeking recognition from others
  • Being more realistic and not too quick to trust people
We all have to face up to our weaknesses or limitations at some point. By discovering potential areas for improvement, you can modify your behavior more easily and achieve greater professional success.

My key success drivers

  • Staying in motion and avoiding boredom with varied outdoor activities
  • Feeling recognized as an essential factor in the team's good mood
  • Celebrating every possible occasion: birthdays, successes and wins
  • Being able to assert my originality
  • Having an environment where I can express myself and develop my creativity
Nobody does anything by chance. We all have different motivating factors and interests. These are the values that motivate you to succeed in whatever you do.

Let's take a look at the differences
between your natural and adapted behaviors

As we've seen, we all behave in 2 different ways, depending on the context and the people around us. It's interesting to analyze the gaps between our Natural Behavior and our Adapted Behavior. They help us to understand the type of energy we expend or rein in according to the person we're talking to, and to what degree.

If they are similar: you retain your Natural behavior overall, whatever the context.

If they are different: you tend to adapt to a context that stresses you out or puts you on show. This means that you force yourself to act natural, which can leave you struggling.

Your aim should not necessarily be to modify or reconcile these 2 behaviors, but to fully understand them so that you can use them as a strength in any situation, or work on them if they undermine you.

What your results reveal:

Profil Adapté-Naturel
The 4 numbers below the graph correspond to the proportion of each of the 4 D.I.S.C. styles in your profile. The higher the number, the more prominent this style is in your behavior.
Profil Adapté-Naturel
The gap graph shows which behavioral style you change the most, when switching between your personal and professional relationships.
With a gap of +11
In action and decision-making
  • I still stay the same
  • I deal with problems and conflicts in my usual way
  • I am consistent in my actions and my determination
  • I don't really change my behavior in either my personal or professional life
With a gap of -29
In interpersonal and persuasive skills
  • I am a little less enthusiastic than usual
  • I am more cautious and thoughtful
  • I listen more to those around me and act calmer
  • I don't try to get my ideas across at any cost
With a gap of -10
In terms of pace and adaptation
  • I still stay the same
  • I listen to other people when necessary
  • I am consistent in my approach to others and in my own pace
  • I don't really change my behavior in either my personal or professional life
With a gap of +3
In terms of organization and following rules
  • I still stay the same
  • I am consistent in managing rules and procedures
  • I don't change the way I interact with my environment
  • I don't really change my behavior in either my personal or professional life

The words which define me the best

Your motto:

  • The pessimism of intelligence, the optimism of action

Words that mean something to me:

Mutual support
Team spirit

Let's talk about your motivations

Why do we behave the way we do?
What really drives us to act?

Each of us has our own motivating factors, which influence our decision-making process. Whether it's our interests, our attitudes or our emotions, all of these factors also shape our personality.

Knowing and understanding the talents which drive you as well as your limitations is an important step in your personal development.

At the same time, taking into account your own motivations and those of your contacts, helps you to put together and manage a team: to guide each person in their work better, develop their well-being and fulfillment within the company, and improve their performance.

The Force4DISC assessment highlights the degree of importance you attach to each of the following 6 attitudes and how they influence your choices:


What stands out for you?

The two primary motivations that influence your decisions are harmony and altruism
The search for harmony
Affirmations that suit you:
  • I fear conflict
  • I prefer to buy beautiful rather than useful things
  • I like environments that help my creativity flourish
  • I constantly seek well-being
  • I defend free speech
  • I am committed to protecting natural resources
Intuitive and creative by nature, this person seeks coherence in any guise. They have a passionate interest in balance, well-being and aesthetics. They like to follow their own inspirations for personal fulfillment. Nature and ecology are concerns close to their heart.
The concern for altruism
Affirmations that suit you:
  • I'm devoted to others
  • I'm prepared to make sacrifices for the benefit of those in need
  • I need to feel useful to others
  • I find it hard to say "no"
  • I need time to make decisions
  • I support a charity
  • I'm afraid of not measuring up
Helpful, generous and warm-hearted, this person likes to get involved in aiding others. Developing people's potential and contributing to the well-being of others brings them great satisfaction. Selfless and altruistic, they care deeply about social justice and world peace.

We've just taken stock of the behaviors and motivations that characterize you, both in your personal and professional relationships.

This assessment is significant in getting to know you better.

It should also be seen as a starting point for developing your strengths and achieving future goals.