Most people have predictable patterns of behavior that directly relate to their personality styles. There are four basic personality styles which are also known as temperaments. These four styles blend together to determine your unique personality style. While we are all a unique blend of the four styles, we generally “lead” or identify most with one particular style. This week we are exploring the four DISC personality styles. Yesterday we visited the “D” or dominant personality style. Today’s show will explore the “I” or Inspiring personality style and ways you can best utilize them in the workplace.
Identify Your Employee’s Personality Style
Everyone has a unique personality. There are two questions that need to be answered in order to identify your employee’s personality style.
When you combine the answer to these two questions it determines your employee’s predominant personality style or temperament.
The 4 temperaments are are:
Main Characteristics of the “I” Inspiring personality style:
Value of the “I” Inspiring personality style to your company
Danger Zones when working with the “I” Inspiring personality style
Greatest Fear: Rejection or loss of social approval
Written by: Donna Kunde
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