DISC Patterns Explained

DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated D Pattern

Elevated D

Individuals who have an elevated score in dominance generally exhibit extrovert and controlling types of tendencies: They are usually a combination of independence, efficiency, and self-motivation characteristics. Elevated D Personalities are driven to achieve, love getting results, and are determined to find success. Often, the Elevated D individual will break established rules and guidelines if…

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DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated I Pattern

Elevated I

Individuals who have an elevated score in Influence generally exhibit these types of tendencies: They tend to have a magnetic, charismatic personality. They make friends easily and love the social atmosphere. Generally, they are trusted by their friends. And, they rarely if ever break that trust because they hate to erode or destroy relationships. Usually,…

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DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated S Pattern

Elevated S Pattern

Individuals who have an Elevated score in Steadiness generally exhibit these types of tendencies: Elevated S Pattern individuals are thoughtful, attentive, and considerate. They are instinctively good at relating to others. They accomplish goals through personal relationships with other team member and employees but are also able to complete tasks reliably. Elevated S individuals make…

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DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated C Pattern

Elevated C Pattern

Individuals who have an Elevated score in Compliance generally exhibit these types of tendencies: The Elevated C Pattern individual requires structure and organization for peak performance. They are conscientious, careful, and have high standards for themselves and their work. Typically, Elevated Cs are referred to as analytical, methodical, or systematic. They are the types of…

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DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated DI Pattern

Elevated DI Pattern

Individuals who rank “Elevated Dominance with Elevated Influence” generally exhibit these tendencies: Elevated Dominance and Influence Pattern individuals generally exhibit a blend of assertiveness, political astuteness, independence, and sociability. These individuals have a tendency to be direct and dynamic, tempered with an enthusiastic and self-confident manner. They can be charming, while at the same time…

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DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated DS Pattern

Elevated DS Pattern

Individuals who have Elevated Dominance and Steadiness factors (and comparatively lower I and C) generally exhibit these tendencies: Anyone well versed in DISC methodologies – especially DISC practitioners – will find that the elevated dominance and steadiness pattern is fairly uncommon in the general population. When it does occur, it is important to understand that…

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DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated DC Pattern

Elevated DC Pattern

This predominantly U-shaped pattern of individuals who have Elevated Dominance and Compliance factors, and comparatively lower Influence and Steadiness factors, is not especially rare or unusual to find in people. It is the typical pattern of a highly disciplined and well-prepared individual with a direct and sometimes frank, honest, no-nonsense communication style. This type of…

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DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated IS Pattern

Elevated IS Pattern

Individuals who tally up an Elevated Influence and Steadiness score (and comparatively lower Dominance & Compliance) generally: Are indicative of an individual who is geared toward emotional involvement and feelings rather than data, facts, and objectivity. The inverted U-shaped pattern depicted by the combination of the Elevated I & S factors of this pattern will…

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DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated IC Pattern

Elevated IC Pattern

Individuals that have both Elevated Influence & Compliance factors (and comparatively lower Dominance & Steadiness factors) will generally exhibit these types of tendencies: Depending upon the actual circumstance, the hallmark of this profile pattern, where influence and compliance are nearly equally highly elevated when compared to the two D&S scores on the chart, is that…

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DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated SC Pattern

Elevated SC Pattern

Individuals whose assessment results show a ranking Elevated in both Steadiness and Compliance factors; and also indicate comparatively lower scores in Dominance & Influence; will generally exhibit these sorts of tendencies. Individuals that have an Elevated Steadiness & Compliance pattern tend to have a combination of accuracy and patience that leads them to be very…

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