The DISC model is a personal development tool designed to help people improve communication and build better, stronger relationships. The model measures and describes 4 styles of behavior… D, I, S & C

The Dominant Style 

Those with a high Dominant Style are focused, direct, goal-oriented, and competitive.  Think of them as the type who generally prefer leading the group rather than following someone else’s instructions.

The STRENGTHS of D style workers might include:

  • A strong drive & sense of competition
  • Independence and determination
  • A focus on goals

The LIMITATIONS of D style workers might include:

  • A tendency to control & dominate
  • Low tolerance for others’ feelings and ideas
  • General impatience
  • The impression of having a short temper

The Influence Style

Those with a high Influence Style are enthusiastic, optimistic, and energetic. Think of them as the type who use their high energy levels to involve and motivate the whole team.

The STRENGTHS of I style workers might include:

  • Enthusiasm
  • A persuasive and compelling attitude
  • Friendliness and encouragement
  • Plentiful ideas

The LIMITATIONS of I style workers might include:

  • A tendency to invest a little too much emotion
  • Less effectiveness when working alone
  • A vibe of impatience
  • A tendency to act on impulse rather than data

The Steadiness Style

Those with a high Steadiness Style are calm, easy-going, and co-operative. Think of them as the type who are the anchors of the group, capable of providing stability and reassurance.

The STRENGTHS of S style workers might include:

  • A methodical, plan-based work style
  • A strong ability to stick to routine
  • A willingness to be a team player
  • A friendly and supportive nature

The LIMITATIONS of S style workers might include:

  • A reluctance to voice emotion or criticism
  • An aversion to confrontation
  • A tendency to be overly accommodating
  • Change-aversion

The Compliance Style

Those with a high Compliance Style are conscientious, methodical, and are often perfectionists. Think of them as the type who are more reserved, analytical and quality orientated members of the team.

The STRENGTHS of C style workers might include:

  • An eye for detail
  • An aptitude for problem-solving
  • A desire for accuracy and quality
  • Strong analytical and logical skills

The LIMITATIONS of C style workers might include:

  • A tendency to be overly critical
  • A tendency to put accuracy before punctuality
  • A habit of over-analysing things
  • Can take too long to make decisions

The Value of DISC for your Business

Learn more about what DISC is and how it improves communication and performance in businesses. Learn how it transforms company culture and understanding by contacting DISC Flow.

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