DiSC is the four quadrant behavioral model based on the work of William Moulton Marston Ph.D. (1893 – 1947) to examine the behavior of individuals in their environment or within a specific situation. DISC looks at behavioral styles and behavioral preferences.
Marston’s work defined four categories of human behavioral styles, types or temperament, now known as “D” for Dominance-Drive-Direct, “I” for Influence, “S” for Steadiness or Stability and “C” for Compliant, Conscientious, or Cautious.
Strengths for Each Style
Over the centuries, through observation and study, it has been determined that each of us is a blend of the four distinct personality types. More specifically we are usually a blend of two of the four types. Using the descriptions, for each style below, what do you think your DiSC style is?
To further determine your DiSC Style, look at the brief descriptions below and see which two quadrants best define your behavior preference?
Challenges for Each Style – One last thing to comptemplate when analyzing your DiSC Style is each styles challenges.
So let’s get chatting. What DiSC style are you? I’d love to hear your feedback and thoughts on how helpful this information is when communicating with others!
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