All about DISC — S

More about the "S" (Steady) Style - Stress & Motivation

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More about the "S" (Steady) Style  -  Stress & Motivation

Today’s deeper dive blog is about the “S” (Steady / Steadiness). We know that the “S” is a deliberate, moderate, more reserved PACE combined with a more people-oriented PRIORITY.  I’d also like to add some other descriptors to your understanding of the general “S” style:  even-tempered, accommodating, patient, humble, calm, peaceful, serene, and tactful.  Along those lines, “S’s” are about 1) giving support, 2) maintaining stability, and 3) enjoying collaboration.  Their motto:  “Let’s Do It Together”.

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DiSC: Responding to the "S" (Steady) Style

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DiSC:  Responding to the "S" (Steady) Style
Being familiar with the DISC styles will help you be able to respond and keep communication moving forward, whether in person, by phone, text, or email.  Understanding yourself better is the first step to becoming more effective when working with others.

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Understanding the "S" Style

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Understanding the "S" Style
OHHH, those Steady styles.  Those reserved, people-oriented folks enjoy relationships, and help and support others in working together as a team.  We affectionately refer to them as "Amiable".  They love harmony and happiness.  We'll see them often in HR, therapy roles, teaching, and other areas of "helping others".

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