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So what style are you and what does it matter?

We would say it matters A WHOLE LOT! Understanding the personality style of your peers, bosses or employees gives you a HUGE advantage to get the most out of each relationship- both from an efficiency/effectiveness standpoint as well as simply from a workability standpoint.

To determine your style we use an awesome survey/evaluation called DISC. You may have heard of it. It is incredibly thoughtful and accurate and it has helped so many of our clients (and our own company!) improve their workplace culture and effectiveness.

If you are interested in learning more about taking the DISC contact us and we’d love to chat about it with you.

In the meantime…take a look below…SO…what style are you? Keep in mind many of us have aspects of each, but normally align more firmly with 1 or 2 of the styles…

What’s Your Disc Style?

So, what do you do with this info? Well, each style has some unique attributes…read on to find out more about yours!…


People with the Driver style
place an emphasis on shaping the environment
by overcoming opposition to accomplish results.

A person with a Driver style:

• is motivated by winning, competition and success.
• prioritizes accepting challenge, taking action and achieving immediate results.
• is described as direct, demanding, forceful, strong willed, driven, and determined, fast-paced, and self-confident.
• may be limited by lack of concern for others, impatience and open skepticism.
• may fear being seen as vulnerable or being taken advantage of.
• values competency, action, concrete results, personal freedom, challenges.


unique accomplishments
• new opportunities
• control of audience
• independence

Will need to expend more energy to:

• slow patience
• display sensitivity
• get into the details
• allow deliberation

People with the influencer style
place an emphasis on shaping the environment
by influencing or persuading others.

A person with an influencer style:

• may be limited by being impulsive and disorganized and having lack of follow-through
• is described as convincing, magnetic, enthusiastic, warm, trusting and optimistic
• prioritizes taking action, collaboration, and expressing enthusiasm
• is motivated by social recognition, group activities, and relationships
• may fear loss of influence, disapproval and being ignored
• values coaching and counseling, freedom of expression and democratic relationships


• victory with flair
• friendship and happiness
• authority and prestige status symbols
• popularity

Will need to expend more energy to:

• follow-through completely
• research all the facts
• speak directly and candidly
• stay focused for long periods

People with the Compliant style
place an emphasis on working conscientiously
within existing circumstances to ensure quality and accuracy

A person with a Compliant style

• is motivated by opportunities to gain knowledge, showing their expertise, and quality work.
• prioritizes ensuring accuracy, maintaining stability, and challenging assumptions.
• is described as careful, cautious, systematic, diplomatic, accurate and tactful.
• may be limited by being overcritical, overanalyzing and isolating themselves.
• may fear criticism and being wrong.
• values quality and accuracy


• unique accomplishments
• correctness
• stability
• predictable accomplishments
• personal growth

Will need to expend more energy to:

• let go of and delegate tasks
• compromise for the good of the team
• join in social events and celebrations
• make quick decisions

People with the Steady style
place an emphasis on cooperating with others
within existing circumstances to carry out the task.

A person with an Steady style

• is motivated by cooperation, opportunities to help and sincere appreciation
• prioritizes giving support, collaboration and maintaining stability
• is described as calm, patient, predictable, deliberate, stable and consistent.
• may be limited by being indecisive, overly accommodating and tendency to avoid change
• may fear change, loss of stability and offending others.
• values loyalty, helping others and security


• personal accomplishments
• group acceptance
• power through formal roles and positions of authority
• maintenance of status quo and controlled environment

Will need to expend more energy to:

• quickly adapt to change or unclear expectations
• multitask
• promote themselves
• confront others


When communicating with the influencer style individual, share your experiences, allow the influencer style person time to ask questions and talk themselves, focus on the positives, avoid overloading them with details, and don’t interrupt them.

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