DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated DIS Pattern

Elevated DIS Pattern

Individuals whose assessment grading indicates an Elevated score in three of the factors – D, I & S (and comparatively lower Compliance) generally exhibit these tendencies: The prevailing factor in the Elevated Dominance, Influence, and Steadiness pattern is that the compliance ranking is low. People with this profile have specific ideas about their goals and…

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DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated DIC Pattern

Elevated DIC Pattern

Individuals whose assessment shows rankings of three factors: Elevated in D, I, & C (and comparatively lower S) generally exhibit these tendencies: People that have a high sense of urgency, understand time constraints and how to deal with them, are usually Elevated D, I, & C’s. Their speed of response and impatient style make them…

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DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated DSC Pattern

Elevated DSC Pattern

Individuals whose DISC assessment results point toward a ranking with three elevated factors — Elevated D, S, & C (and comparatively lower Influence) will generally exhibit these types of tendencies: The combination of three elevated factors — dominance, steadiness, and compliance — can be a fairly complex pattern. The three elevated factors overshadow influence, which…

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DISC Patterns Explained – Elevated ISC Pattern

Elevated ISC Pattern

Individuals whose assessment results depict an Elevated I, S & C factors (and comparatively lower d) generally exhibit these tendencies: Individuals with Elevated I, S & C factors exhibit a low dominance factor, which means that they are not very likely to be assertive or demanding. Rather, these individuals try to influence others through communication…

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DISC Patterns Explained – Compressed DISC Patten (DISC)

Compressed DISC Pattern

When a pattern is produced where all four DISC factors are very close to one another, it represents a special case and is labeled as a “Compressed DISC Pattern” or a “Flat Line” Pattern. When the scores are within a set range determined by our algorithm, it indicates that none of the DISC factors are…

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