DISC Analysis

Your score shows a moderately high score on the ‘D’ spectrum.

The comments below highlight some of the traits specific to just your unique score.

• You are very resourceful and can adapt quickly and easily.
• You are adventuresome in trying new ideas and innovations.
• You can be a high risk-taker, but usually not too extreme.
• You can miss important details because you were too focused on the big picture.
• You tend to be very decisive about problems, options, and new directions to take.
• You have no problem accepting the credit or taking the blame for results (e.g., “The buck stops here.”)

Your score shows a very high score on the ‘I’ spectrum.

The comments below highlight some of the traits specific to just your unique score.

• You express or talk about your emotions openly on the up-side or down-side.
• You really like meeting new people and easily interact. No one is a stranger.
• You are very enthusiastic in working with others.
• You most likely enjoy helping others as coach, counselor, or teacher.
• You can at times be too impulsive in making decisions.
• You seek freedom of speech and the ability to express ideas and opinions openly.

Your score shows a moderately low score on the ‘S’ spectrum.

The comments below highlight some of the traits specific to just your unique score.

• You prefer to be mobile instead of chained to one desk or project for too long.
• You are rarely content with the status quo.
• You can become somewhat critical of systems that exist out of tradition.
• You bring a high sense of urgency to get things done now.
• You are restless and tend to push for faster results.
• You like to question the accepted ways to test their continued validity.

Your score shows a low average score on the ‘C’ spectrum.

The comments below highlight some of the traits specific to just your unique score.

• You are persistent in trying to get a message across, even in the midst of resistance.
• You prefer to act as your “own person” rather than follow the norm.
• You are flexible enough to work with or without a lot of structure or order.
• To you, the end usually justifies the means.
• You may be perceived as being non-committal by some when it comes to deciding on how to proceed.
• You are fine with change when it is clear how it will improve efficiency.

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