According to the DISC survey, my communication style is S/CD. This stands for Supportive, Cautious & Dominant. According to the survey I am highly motivated and internal motivations are what drives me the most. Some of the words that described me were helpful, kind, problem solver and careful. I have a blended combination of supportive, cautious and dominant traits with my supportive traits being higher than the other two. I have both people-oriented and task-oriented traits, although I lean a little more towards a task-oriented perspective.I can either be reserved or outgoing. I like to get things done in a way that protects other people'sfeelings. I am supportive and careful, but I can get moving and make things happen if necessary. Affect on Co-workersI am currently the lead RBT in our clinic location. I try to remain neutral in making sure there is no favoritism on my end. I try to instill a sense of community and teamwork. We all try our hardest to work together and try to support each other. This is encouraged through mutual reciprocation or an “you scratch my back; I’ll scratch yours approach.” If someone is sick, I try to cover fort them so that way their client does not miss session. I try to bring in new ideas and see everyone’s opinion on them before making choices because I value their input. We have had times though where our boss did not follow up on important supplies that we need in our clinic.