Posted by Rich (184.108.40.206) on October 07, 2002 at 14:36:22:
In Reply to: disc profile 'high D, low I, high S, high C posted by Jan den Breejen (220.127.116.11) on October 07, 2002 at 06:01:27:
> I am trying to determine which character style would be behind this DISC profile. I think that Serious Style, Leisurely Style, Idiosyncratic Style are likely, but would like to hear about this from people who have this test result.
> Comments anyone? Which of the 3 styles is most likely?
As you already know, the DISC factor S is supposed to be rare in Western Nations, and is usaully only found in combination with the factor C .... I have this DISC test result,and my strongest personality style is the Serious Style. As I have explained before, this particular DISC profile captures the wide range of assertiveness that I experience....
I think that when we compare the High DC profile with the High DSC profile, we can see what the S factor adds. The S factor adds the ability " to work well with facts and are at home with complex systems." It also allows a thoughtful way to avoid risk....
Any of the 3 styles is possible if it is mixed with an aggressive style to power one of them, and that is work oriented.... I would think that the Contrary-Leisurely is the least likely. The wide swings of assertiveness would work well with the C-L, but high volume work without a strong style for that, seems very unlikely.... The Idiosyncratic would need a forceful, but not overly social style added to it; and be excellent for the knowledge part of the profile.... Frankly, an energized Serious Style seems like the closest fit, without having to add too many extra styles.... Rich
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