Sales Profile

Sales Profile

Has your sales approach ever succeeded with one person, then “bombed out” with the very next prospect? We all have experienced this and shrugged it off thinking, “That’s just the way it is.” However, things do not have to be that way. Nearly every sales interaction with each prospect can be a success… if you know how to adapt to different buying styles!

If you are interested in improving your sales results—immediately—we recommend that you start by taking the DISC Profile® Sales Assessment first, so you can practice the proven techniques described within the report.

You’ll first discover the strengths and weaknesses of your DISC behavioural style. The DISC Profile® Sales Assessment report will then help you to hone your ability to recognise the “style mode” being displayed by another person so you can then make small adaptations in the pace and focus of the conversation, which is the quickest, surest path to sales mastery!

There are five definable phases to almost every buying cycle (see the five phases below in part II of the report outline). Successfully guiding prospects through each phase will lead to more and better sales and positive outcomes for both of you. The DISC Profile® Sales Assessment is a resource for individuals and organisations desiring to improve sales and service performance and to positively persuade other people.

Unlike many other behavioural assessments, the DISC Profile® Sales Assessment reports are as much prescriptive as they are descriptive! In other words, we spend as much time teaching you how to improve your own productivity and interpersonal interactions as we do describing your natural DISC behavioural style. We realise that you are about to invest money and time in our online assessment, so we want you to come away with fast, effective learning strategies that get you results immediately.

The DISC Profile® Sales Assessment is very valuable for individuals and all types of organisations; public or private, large or small.

This proven, scientific measurement tool will assist you in specific areas that directly impact productivity:

  • Improving Sales Team Performance
  • Developing Sales Leaders
  • Increasing Employee Retention
  • Increasing Profitability
  • Growing Sales

The DISC Profile® Sales Assessment report has two parts:


  • General Characteristics
  • Your Strengths: What You Bring to the Organisation
  • Your Motivations (Wants) and Needs
  • Your Ideal Work Environment
  • Your Behaviour and Needs Under Pressure
  • Communication Plans
  • Potential Areas for Improvement
  • Summary of Your Style
  • Other’s Perceptions of Your Adjusted Style
  • Other’s Perceptions of Your  Natural Style
  • Your Personalised  Behavioural Style Graphs


  • Application, Application, Application
  • Overview of the DISC styles
  • How to Identify Another Person’s Behavioural Style
  • Behavioural Adaptability
  • How to Communicate Effectively with the Different Behavioural Styles
  • So Now What? – Action Plan
  • How to sell to the various behavioural styles
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DISC Profile® Assessments

Standard Profile

Trusted by organisations such as Australia Post, Dodo, UNSW, Fire & Rescue NSW, Datacom, Royal Flying Doctor Service and many more.

Leadership Profile

The goal of the DISC Profile® Leadership Assessment is to help you create personal chemistry and productive relationships.

Sales Profile

Interested in improving sales results? Take the DISC Profile® Sales Assessment, so you can practice the proven techniques described within the report.

Paper Based Profile

A self-scoring behavioural assessment, not as detailed or specific as the online version of DISC Profile®. Typically used when a more general assessment is deemed adequate.

Team Profile

The Team Report assists you to better understand and develop how well your team functions and performs. It provides an overview of the different behavioural styles within the team.

Pair Profile

The Pair Profile Report assists two people to better understand each other and develop how they interact with each other. It demonstrates how similar or different they are.