1. DiSC Personality Profiles.
3. Introduction. The four styles you need to know to realize your full personal profile and also others.
4. The key to your unique personality style priorities begins with a single dot.
5. Now let’s go deeper into the 4 DiSC personality styles!
6. Dominance. Priorities of the D style: Results, Action, and Challenge. Characteristics: Direct, Drive, Determined, Decisive, Firm, Result-focused, Strong-willed, Self-confident, and Risk-taker.
7. Things you might hear someone with a D style say: “I can give you two-minutes then please close the door on the way out”, “Spare me the details and get straight to the point”.
8. D-Type in a team Dynamic.
9. How to Effectively Communicate with D style?
10. Influence. Priorities of the i style: Enthusiasm, Action, and Collaboration. Characteristics: Inspiring, Interacting, Interesting, Persuasive, Talkative, Optimistic, Outgoing, Collaborative, Energetic, and Lively.
11. Things you might hear someone with a i style say: “We have one heck of a team –you guys rock!”, “I have this great idea …”.
12. i-Type in a team Dynamic.
13. How to Effectively Communicate with i style?
14. Steadiness. Priorities of the S style: Support, Stability, and Collaboration.
15. Things you might hear someone with a S style say: “I’m happy to help in any way I can”, “let’s not rock the boat“.
16. S-Type in a team Dynamic.
17. How to Effectively Communicate with S style?
18. Conscientiousness. Priorities of the C style: Accuracy, Stability, and Challenge. Characteristics: Cautious, Complaint, Correct, Careful, Accurate, Analytical, Systematic, Precise, Diplomatic, and Fact finder.
19. Things you might hear someone with a C style say: “ Do we have all the data?”, “Make sure to double-check your work“.
20. C-Type in a team Dynamic.
21. How to Effectively Communicate with C style?
22. So, which personality type are you?
23. Conclusion. All DiSC styles are equally valuable. Everyone is a blend of all 4 styles with varying degrees. Learning about people’s styles help you relate better. People can adapt their styles to fit particular situations or environments. Understanding yourself better is the first step to become more effective; personally and professionally.
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