DISC Personality Assessment Report

Candidate Name: James Kamau

Test Date: 23-01-2020

A DISC test is an assessment used to verify candidate whose character traits are best suited for a specific job role. This test is designed to reveal specific aspects of a candidate's personality and estimate the likelihood that he or she will excel in such a position. Research shows that if an employee is placed in a job role that doesn't match his or her personality, it often leads to disengagement and low compatible with the company.

Dominent
  • Direct
  • Decisive
  • Doer
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  • Domineering
  • Demanding
Compliant
  • Cautious
  • Careful
  • Conscientious
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  • Calculating
  • Condescending
Influencing
  • Inspirational
  • Interactive
  • Interesting
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  • Impulsive
  • Imitating
Steady
  • Stable
  • Supportive
  • Sincere
  • ------------------
  • Slow
  • Sensitive
Style: Dominence

High D individuals may be described as: High Risk taking, Decisive, Self-critical, Self -assured, Willing to learn, Competitive, Reasonable, Adventurous, Dominate the team.

Emphasize: shaping the environment by overcoming opposition and challenge
Tendencies: getting immediate results, taking action, accepting challenges
Motivated by: challenge, power and authority, direct answers
Fears: loss of control in their environment; being taken advantage of
Strengths: self-confidence, decisiveness, and risk-taking
Improvement Area: lack of concern for others, impatience
Traits:
The best way to interact:
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Preferred work Environment Goals:
DISC Profile at a Glance
AREAS D-Dominent Style I-Influencing Style S-Steady Style C-Conscientious Style
Tends to Act Assertive Persuasive Patient Contemplative
When in Conflict Demands Action Attacks Complies Avoids
Needs Control High Control Approval Routine Standards
Primary Drive Independence Interaction Stability Correctness
Preferred Tasks Challenging/New People related Scheduled Structured
Comfortable with Being decisive Social friendliness Being part of a team Order and planning
Personal Strength Problem solver Encourager Supporter Organizer
When Strength Overextended Preoccupation on goals over people Speaking without thinking Procrastination in addressing change Over analyzing everything
Personal Limitation Too direct and intense Too disorganized and nontraditional Too indecisive and indirect Too detailed and impersonal
Personal Wants Control,Variety Approval,Less Structure Routine,Harmony Standards,Logic
Personal Fear Losing Rejection Sudden Change Being Wrong
Blind Spots Being held accountable Follow through on commitments Embracing need for change Struggle to make decisions without overanalyzing
Needs to Work on Empathy,Patience Controlling emotions Follow through Being assertive when pressured Worrying less about everything
Measuring Maturity Giving up control Objectively handling rejection Standing up for self when confronted Not being defensive when criticized
Under Stress May Become Dictatorial Critical Sarcastic Superficial Submissive Indecisive Withdrawn Headstrong
Measures Worth by Impact or results Track record Acknowledgments Compliments Compatibility Contributions Precision, Accuracy Quality of results

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