Meet the “D” in the DISC
Meet Susan. She’s someone who tends to be direct and decisive, sometimes described as dominant. She is the owner of a successful business with a high degree of self-confidence.
Susan is a High D-Style communicator. What does that mean?
The high D (dominant) communication style person is extroverted and task-oriented.
This person is fast-paced and cutting-edge. They’re moving forward and don't have a lot of time.
They've got things to do. They talk quickly and usually use direct eye contact, leaning in towards the other person to whom they are talking.
This style likes conflict. When conflict starts to happen, they want to charge forward and challenge it. A high D is a person who's going to come at it (task, problem, conflict), move forward, and make things happen.
Watch this quick video about the high D-style.
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