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Running head: DISC SURVEY INTRUMENT: DETERMENING YOUR COMMUNICATION STYLES 1National University ABA 610 Juan Prado
DISC SURVEY INSTRUMENT 2Disc Survey Instruments: Determining Your Communication Styles Introduction Based on the DISC Survey, my communication style is S/D. I am a blend of both supportive and dominant traits. However, based on the results, my supportive traits are stronger than my dominant traits. In addition, my style is known as a “cross-style” because my primary traits come from styles across the DISC pattern. Based on the results, it is described that this style occurs in a small percentage of people. Moreover, some words that describe the communication style that I fall under are helpful, kind, focused, and methodical. The results also suggest that I am more reserved than outgoing. This reflects my introverted personality. I prefer interacting with people in small groups and often times I stick with the people that I already know. However, I am able to talk comfortably to crowds and to other peers if it is required of me.How This Affects Peers At Work Having a S/D personality can have its pros and its cons when dealing with peers at work. For instance, at my work I am a supervisor and I deal with client and staff interaction every day. Part of my job is to give feedback to others. When giving feedback I tend to be very direct and tothe point. I give specific feedback on what needs to change and what they can improve on.