Dr. Diane Hamilton's Custom Assessments
Dr. Diane Hamilton Offers Two of the Most-Requested Personality Self-Assessments
Dr. Diane Hamilton has received certifications in personality assessment. Her book, It’s Not You It’s Your Personality: Skills to Survive and Thrive in the Modern Workplace, explores multiple personality assessment instruments. Chapters cover the Myers-Briggs MBTI, Emotional Intelligence, The Big Five Factors, Color Tests including Management by Strengths, Enneagram, Strong Interest Inventory, Strengths Finder, and many other assessments. Two of the most-requested instruments, DISC and Emotional Intelligence assessments, are included here. Simply click on each of the links for these assessments to discover your results and receive a personalized detailed report, to help you improve in your professional and personal life.
The DISC® Self Assessment
The DISC online assessment is a resource for all types of individuals and organizations; public or private, large or small. DISC teaches users powerful behavioral profiling skills which can directly improve performance and increase productivity in a variety of settings and professional frameworks. Learn to positively persuade other people and drive sales, build “A” teams for special projects, improve hiring & selection, empower management and much more. In simplest terms, our DISC is an invaluable behavioral profiling system that teaches users how to identify— and use to their advantage— the predictable aspects of communication. Based on the research of Dr. William Moulton Marston, DISC is the most widely-used behavior profiling tool of its kind, supported by decades of research and continuous validation.
The EIQ® Self Assessment
The Emotional Intelligence assessment helps you understand the way you apply your emotional intelligence in terms of style, preferences and behavior. It will bring clarity in determining how appropriately and effectively you apply your knowledge and feelings in each situation. It’s this understanding that forms the basis on which you can adjust to be more effective in the future; personally, as well as professionally. A recent study of emotional intelligence, (along with 33 other important workplace skills), found that emotional intelligence is the single strongest predictor of workplace performance, accounting for a full 58% of success in all types of jobs. Furthermore, similar studies have found that 90% of top performers are also high in emotional intelligence. On the flip side, just 20% of bottom performers are high in emotional intelligence.