Want to get nosy and learn more about me?
For the most in-depth opportunity, check out my DISC Profile. The DISC is a behavior assessment tool that was developed by psychologist William Marston. Marston’s theory concentrates on identifying four personality traits; dominance, inducement, submission and compliance.
I scored highest on the influential dimension. My DISC type can be described by inducement, inspiring, impressive, interacting and interesting.
I am described as:
– “social, persuasive and friendly”
– “energetic, busy, optimistic and distractible”
– “imaginative, with a focus on the new and future”
– “people-focused, active and outgoing”
– “imaginative, big-picture focused, future-minded”
– “likes change”
– “flexible to changing world”
In a group setting, the DISC analysis suggests engaging highly influential individuals by:
– Be social and friendly with them, always building the relationship
– Listen to them talk about their ideas
– Help them find ways to translate the talk into useful action
– Don’t spend too much time on the details
– Motivate them to follow through to complete tasks
– Recognize their accomplishments