named Dr. William Moulton Marston in the 1920′s. He developed a theory that people tend to
develop a self-concept based on one of four factors — Dominance, Inducement, Steadiness, or
Compliance. Marston’s theories form the basis on which we built this DISC assessment and
report (Harris & Eikenberry, 2019).
My results from the DISC personality test (DPT) demonstrated that a portion of my
personality is the S type. The S type is easy going, calm, and steady, and they like stability and
security.We also value fairness and justice. Their motto is “if it’s not broke, lets not fix it”
(Extended DISC, 2017). Based on my results from the DTP it fits my personality to a T. I am the
type that I resist change and it takes me a while to adjust to it if I’m not the one making the
change for instance, my boss wanted to implement a check-in and check-out system with the
students in the middle of the school year. I felt that wasn’t an appropriate time to implement the
system, when it should have been implemented at the beginning of the school year eventually we
ended up not using the system. My Partner Alexis Graff
felt that change has always stressed her
out, She is more of a go with the flow person and just like everything to be steady and calm.