… and target areas you may be able to work on. Most of us are familiar with some of our strengths and some of our weaknesses – but not all of them. Without a complete picture of both, you’re hampered by over-confidence, self-doubt, a lack of clarity – or all three.
Deepen your relationships and better understand your partners, friends, parents, children, and/or colleagues. In a team environment, understanding each individual’s strengths and blindspots helps improve the overall team performance.
Explore your personality traits and learn how to leverage them in order to grow as a person. Develop greater self-awareness, understanding, and drive within yourself so you’re operating with a full deck of cards.
Find the best career path for your personality strengths and interests. Whether you’re choosing, changing, or seeking growth in your career, getting an idea of which specific personality group you fall into in terms of skill sets, ambitions, and aspirations will help you determine the direction and positions you’ll naturally excel in.
People with a high D personality type like to be in positions of authority or do things on their terms. These people tend to be risk-takers and self-starters, as well as extraordinarily goal-oriented and competitive. Furthermore, D style personalities are excellent problem-solvers, big-picture thinkers and tend to respond well to logic, reason, and information (but not emotion). The D style has high ego strength.
-Genuinely motivated to win
-Confident, bold and daring
-Not afraid to meet challenges
People with strong I personality styles are very talkative, enthusiastic, and optimistic. They thrive on fun experiences and being around other people. The I style will talk to a complete stranger and is not afraid to be the center of attention. They tend to be both trusting and optimistic. Because they can get people on their side very quickly and can talk their way in and out of most things, the I style is known to be both persuasive and influential.
-Charismatic and influencing
-Optimistic, encouraging and eager
-Not afraid to be “different”
The S personality style is the most common disc profile. People with strong S personalities are described as steady and stable. They seek out routine, predictability, and safety in their day-to-day life and routine. They strive for close and personal relationships and positive environments without conflict. They are peacemakers, good listeners, and truly loyal friends and supporters.
-Inclusive, supportive and caring
-Great team builders and peacemakers
-Hardworking, reliable and dependable
-Willing to “lead by example”
People with strong C personality styles are described as perfectionists and place a strong value on being accurate, correct, and seeing something through to the end. The C personality takes great pride in their work and tends to think in a very logical, analytical, and systematic way. They also tend to be excellent at problem-solving and creative thinking. The C style personality holds very high standards, both for themselves and others.
-Often have a plan (and it’s a good one)
-Are experts in their field
-Are well researched and reasoned
-Are highly disciplined and skilled executioners
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