This article applies to anyone curious about comparing the DNA Natural Behavior Discovery to other tools that measure personality.
What is the difference between DNA Natural Behavior Discovery and tools like DISC, Myers-Briggs and Ennegram?
This article provides a high level comparison of the DNA Natural Behavior Discovery tool with other well known discovery tools.
High Level Summary of Systems (Compare/Contrast)
DNA Behavior is reviewed against other market providers by either comparing them, contrasting them, or both. The purpose of this analysis is not to state the obvious but rather to illuminate subtle differences or unexpected similarities between the various systems. Further, it will show that each system differs in some respects. These differences become the focus of examination.
DNA Behavior Natural Discovery Process versus The Birkman Method
The Birkman Method is less holistic in that it provides insight into what drives a person's behaviors in an occupational setting. Whereas, the DNA Behavior Process is characterized by revealing behaviors at a deeper level, regardless of setting and how unmanaged human differences, money attitudes, pressure and emotions, can derail performance.
DNA Behavior Natural Discovery Process versus Myers–Briggs Type Indicator
The Myers–Briggs Type Indicator is an introspective self-report questionnaire with the purpose of indicating differing psychological preferences in how people perceive the world around them and make decisions. Because the system captures preferences the outcomes will be situational. Whereas, the DNA Behavior measures hard-wired behavior that is not situationally biased.
DNA Behavior Natural Discovery Process versus DiSC
DiSC describes a person’s emotions and impact in different group interactions, and how these might change over time. Unlike the DNA Natural Behavior Discovery Process that reveals consistent predictable behaviors and talents. They may intensify, but do not change.
DNA Behavior Natural Discovery Process versus Kolbe
Kolbe’s focus is that it assesses the conative part of the mind (doing) only. Applied in the hiring and team arena. DNA Natural Discovery Process reveals holistic, inherent behaviors on a universally applicable basis across different cultures, races, ages, sexes, education levels, environments and socio-economic levels at a deeper and more reliable level.
DNA Behavior Natural Discovery Process versus Predictive Index
The PI Behavioral Assessment is a pre-employment test used to predict workplace behaviors in the pre hiring process. Whereas, DNA Natural Behavior Discovery Process reveals (rather than predicts) intensified behaviors caused by unmanaged human differences, money attitudes, pressure and emotions derail performance. Being able to reveal these behaviors on a universally applicable basis (across different cultures, races, ages, sexes, education levels and socio-economic levels) at a deeper and more reliable level.
DNA Behavior Natural Discovery Process versus Hogan
The Hogan Personality Inventory assessment measures day-to-day personality, also known as the bright side. It assesses how you relate to others. Employers use this assessment to determine how well an individual will work with others, whether they lead or follow. The DNA Natural Behavior Discovery Process covers this aspect in the Communication DNA offering, but widens the scope of behavior and communication through revealing behaviors universally and at a deeper and more reliable level that go to the core or people through the DNA Behavior Natural Discovery process.
DNA Behavior Natural Discovery Process versus Gallup Strength Finder
Gallup's Clifton StrengthsFinder Assessment measures the presence of talents, knowledge, and skills in 34 general areas referred to as "themes “ how we think, feel, and behave. While, the DNA Natural Behavior Discovery Process measures 8 Primary 24 Sub-factors measured on the left and right side (64 traits) predictable behaviors and talents that consistently reveal themselves over long time periods. Further, it reveals intensified behaviors, caused by unmanaged human differences, delivering concrete and reliable insight into how to foresee and manage them.
DNA Behavior Natural Discovery Process versus Enneagram
The Enneagram categorizes the human psyche into 9 different personality types. It focuses on an individual's habits of attention and other patterns of thoughts, feelings, emotions, and spiritual vitality.
Whereas, the DNA Natural Behavior Discovery Process reveals an unparalleled depth and reliability of psychometric validation for 64 core behavioral traits and 4 communication styles.
DNA Behavior Natural Discovery Process versus Winslow
The Winslow Personality Test is used to measure the personality, behavior, and attitudes of employees or job applicants. The test measures 24 personality traits within 48 dimensions of an individual’s personality. It assesses traits that are relevant to success in all professional positions. Whereas, the DNA Natural Behavior Discovery Process measures 8 Primary 24 Sub-factors measured on the left and right side (64 traits). In addition, offering 200 specific workplace, sales, and career insights. More broadly, it offers a 360-degree performance discovery process that optimizes people and procedures.
DNA Behavior Natural Discovery Process versus Belbin
Belbin was designed to measure 9 clusters of behavioral characteristics which individuals display when working in teams. It measures behavior and does not have psychometric properties. Whereas, the DNA Natural Behavior Discovery Process measures 64 traits. These natural behaviors can be universally applied across different cultures, races, ages, sexes, education levels and socio-economic levels at a deeper and more reliable level. Further, the DNA Behavior Leadership Performance 360 Discovery review is available to measure leadership and supervisory feedback on their execution of leading teams and workers.
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