This DISC behavioral assessment measures and provides insight into four primary behavioral tendencies and emotions. It explores how these come together in a personal blend of style to create our DISC style. 


Dominance – High "D" Style 

  • Decisive actions and decisions
  • Likes control; dislikes inaction
  • Prefers maximum freedom to manage self and others
  • Cool, independent, and competitive
  • Low tolerance for feelings, attitudes, and advice of others
  • Works quickly and impressively alone
  • Good management skills

Influence – High "I" Style 

  • Spontaneous actions and decisions
  • Likes involvement/engagement/fun
  • Dislikes being alone
  • May exaggerate and generalize
  • Tends to dream and gets others caught up in dreams
  • Jumps from one activity to another
  • Works quickly and excitedly with others
  • Seeks acceptance and acknowledgment, social approval
  • Good persuasive skills

Steadiness – High "S" Style

  • Slow to act and make decisions
  • Likes close, personal relationships
  • Dislikes interpersonal conflict
  • Supports and actively listens to others
  • Struggles with specific goal setting and self-direction
  • Has excellent ability to gain support from others and give support to others
  • Works deliberately and cohesively with others
  • Seeks security and belonging in all interactions
  • Good counseling skills

Conscientiousness – High "C" Style 

  • Takes cautious action and makes careful decisions
  • Likes organization and structure
  • Dislikes involvement, prefers to work independently
  • Asks many questions about specific details to gather all information
  • Prefers objective, task-oriented, intellectual work environment
  • Wants to be right, so can be overly-reliant on data collection
  • Works slowly and precisely
  • Good problem-solving skills


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