What's Your DiSC Profile Style?

 

What's Your DiSC Profile Style?


What’s Your DiSC Profile Style?


OVERVIEW

Whenever we come into contact with anybody, we subconsciously start to analyze them and try to understand what makes them tick.   People are complex, but the DiSC Profile offers simple ideas that enable you to identify the most important and basic needs, priorities and behaviors of those around you.  DiSC Profiles help you identify the styles of other people based on their behavioral clues.

People use the DiSC Profile every day to understand themselves and others, grow their businesses, create better relationships and much more.   Take a look at our infographic to get key insights about the best ways to understand and connect with each DiSC Profile Style. 

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DOMINANCE


How to Work Effectively with the ‘D’ Style


“D” Priorities:
Getting immediate results, Taking action, Challenging themselves and others

Motivated by:
Power and authority, Competition, Winning and success

You Will Notice:
self-confidence, directness, and forcefulness

When Trying to Connect:
Communicate directly and objectively, Focus on the topic at hand, Expect directness and Candor

When Problems Need to be Solved: 

They respond well to bold or daring ideas, Avoid appearing overly cautious, Focus on the big picture and the bottom line
 
When Things Get Tense:
Address issues quickly and directly, Make it clear what upsets you, and Avoid taking bluntness personally

Fears:

Loss of control, Being taken advantage of, and Vulnerability



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iNFLUENCE

How to Work Effectively with the ‘i’ Style


“i” Priorities:
Expressing enthusiasm, Taking action and Encouraging collaboration

Motivated by:
Social recognition, Group activities and Friendly relationships

You Will Notice:

Enthusiasm, Optimism, and Talkativeness

When Trying to Connect:

Be open to collaboration, Focus on the positive, and Give public recognition

When Problems Need to be Solved: 

Remain optimistic but consider all potential issues, Show them that you’re open to creative solutions, Expect spontaneity, high energy and optimism
 
When Things Get Tense:
Avoid personal attacks that could escalate the conflict, Acknowledge emotions, and Provide reassurance

Fears:

Social rejection, Disapproval, and Loss of influence



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STEADINESS


How to Work Effectively with the ‘S’ Style

“S” Priorities:
Giving support, Maintaining stability, and Enjoying collaboration

Motivated by:
Stable environments, Sincere appreciation, Cooperation and Opportunities to help

You Will Notice:

Patience, Team player, and Good listener

When Trying to Connect:
Show warmth and concern for their feelings, Offer your point of view, but take an easygoing approach, and Work collaboratively with them

When Problems Need to be Solved: 
Respect their cautious pace, Consider the feelings of others when making decisions, and Set a timeline that meets everyone’s needs
 
When Things Get Tense:
Address the solution directly without being confrontational, Avoid forceful tactics or dismissing the conflict completely, and Show that you sincerely care about resolving the issues

Fears:
Loss of stability, Change, and Loss of harmony



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CONSCIENTIOUSNESS


How to Work Effectively with the ‘C’ Style
 
“C” Priorities:
Accuracy, Maintaining stability, and Challenging assumptions

Motivated by:
Opportunities to use expertise or gain knowledge and Attention to quality

You Will Notice:

Precision, Analysis, and Reserve

When Trying to Connect:
Talk to them about fact-based aspects of ideas and projects, Avoid pressuring them for an immediate decision, and Be precise and focused

When Problems Need to be Solved: 

Allow them time for careful analysis, Back up your arguments with evidence, and Don’t let them get bogged down in the details
 
When Things Get Tense:
Support your opinions with logic and facts, Give them space to process the situation, and Avoid using forceful or emotional tactics

Fears:
Criticism, Slipshod methods, and Being wrong