All about DiSC® — Steadiness

Everything DiSC® - Interaction Between Styles: (C)onscientious with (C)onscientious

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Everything DiSC® - Interaction Between Styles: (C)onscientious with (C)onscientious

As a C (Conscientious) style, you thrive on ensuring accuracy, maintaining stability, and challenging assumptions.  The C style is motivated by opportunities to use expertise or gain knowledge combined with attention to quality. 

The C observes others with the C style as:

  • Logical
  • Systematic
  • Reliable
  • Analytical

As a C, suppose you work with a C.  People with the C style would often rather focus on facts than feelings, and this might affect the way you relate to one another.  They probably appreciate that you also tend to stay on task and leave personal matters out of the discussion.  Furthermore, because you both focus on logic more than relationships (and neither of you is likely to push for more openness), communication between you will probably be more restricted and polite. 

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Everything DiSC® - Interaction Between Styles: Conscientious with Steady

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Everything DiSC® -  Interaction Between Styles:  Conscientious with Steady

As a C (Conscientious) style, you thrive on ensuring accuracy, maintaining stability, and challenging assumptions.  The C style is motivated by opportunities to use expertise or gain knowledge combined with attention to quality. 

The S (Steady) style thrives on stable environments, sincere appreciation, cooperation, and opportunities to help.  They want everyone to “get along”, and to NOT be the source of disappointment or letting people down.

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DiSC Interaction between Styles: i (Influence) with S (Steady)

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DiSC Interaction between Styles:  i (Influence) with S (Steady)

In today’s blog, we look at someone with the primary style of i interacting with an individual whose primary style is S. As an i (Influence) style, you thrive on Enthusiasm, Action, and Collaboration.  To you, others with the S (Steady) style may appear: Supportive Patient Accommodating Even-tempered Humble Tactful The S is motivated by opportunities to provide support, maintain an orderly environment, and collaborate.  They most likely prefer working in an environment where they are well-liked and can perform their job consistently.  NOTE:  When it comes to PACE and PRIORITY, the S has a reserved, more deliberate PACE dissimilar...

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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 - Interaction Between Styles: D (Dominant) with S (Steady)

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DiSC - Interaction Between Styles:  D (Dominant) with S (Steady)
To the D style, the S style may seem more concerned with including everyone.  While the D is outspoken, the S is focused on group harmony.

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