Your Disc assessment results
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DISC is a simple, practical, easy to remember and universally applicable model. It focuses on individual patterns of external, observable behaviors and measures the intensity of characteristics using scales of directness and openess for each of the four styles
Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, Conscientious
DISC RESULTS FOR Paul Cyril Lachica
D = Dominance: How you deal with Problems and Challenges
Assertive, Results Focused, Rapid Decisions, Will Seek Challenges, Can Be Aggressive and Impatient, Desires to Lead
I = Influence: How you deal with People and Contacts
Very Outgoing and Persuasive, Very People Oriented, Quite Optimistic Outlook, Strong Communication Skills, Likes to have Variety in their day.
S = Steadiness: How you deal with Pace and Consistency
Very Patient & Favors Stability and Structure. Not a Risk Taker, Likes to operate at a Steady, Even Pace.
C = Compliance/Structure: How you deal with Procedures and Constraints
Date, Fact and Analysis Based. Precise and Accurate Trust in the Value of Structure, Standards and Order. Sees the value of "Rules".
You tend to be less talkative in work or social situations. This is not a reflection on ability or interest, just that you allow others be the more vocal participants. Even though they share your risk-taking attitude, those who score like you will frequently admit to feeling a bit introverted. They analyze situations internally rather than "thinking out loud," as others may do. When they arrive at a solution, they have a sound plan, a carefully thought-out design, and a pathway to achievement.
You are persistent and tenacious when it comes to solving complex problems. Along with your competitive spirit comes a high degree of patience when dealing with detailed problems and situations. Your high attention to quality control also motivates you to solve problems accurately.
Paul Cyril, your response pattern to the instrument indicates that you may tend to be most productive when working alone and undisturbed, or in rather self-contained small groups or teams. In some ways, you may become your own best ally on a project. Your risk-taking nature tends to allow you to function somewhat independently from the group, and your attention to detail is best amplified in an undisturbed climate. Letting others know, in a polite way, that you need some personal space in getting the job done can lead to a win-win situation for both you and the team.