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DISC SAMPLES

DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY


IMPORTANT WEB LINKS
DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY

Free DISC Personality Test ROUND TABLE


DISCUSSION
http://www.123test.com/disc-personality-test/

MAIR Homepage

http://www.deltastate.edu/pages/5110.asp

Delta State IR Homepage


Finding your
http://www.deltastate.edu/pages/269.asp

Leadership
CONTACT INFORMATION
DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY

Justin Chandler Personality Style:


jchandler@deltastate.edu
662-846-4052
Are you a Leader
Rhonda Loper
rloper@deltastate.edu
662-846-4053
or Follower?
Led by:
DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY

Mississippi Association for Institutional Research


Justin Chandler and Rhonda Loper

April 11—4:15-5:00 PM
"KEEPING THE PACE IN THE

DATA RACE: MAIR 2013 SPRING CONFERENCE

Are YOU an IE/IR Marathoner?" Jackson, MS


HOW TO READ A DISC PERSONALITY TEST:
DISC PERSONALITY TYPES
The highest percentage is likely to be your most
dominant personality and the second highest is your DOMINANCE STEADINESS
next to most dominant. (Comparatively High) Comparatively High Comparatively High
Enjoy competition and challenge Are usually patient, calm and controlled
The two lowest scores are your least dominant
Are goal orientated and want to be recognized for their efforts Have a high willingness to help others particularly those they
personality traits. (Comparatively Low)
Aim high, want authority; generally resourceful and adaptable consider as friends

Are usually self-sufficient and individualistic Generally they have the ability to deal with the task in hand
and do routine work with patience and care
May lose interest in projects once the challenge has ended and
Comparatively Low
N S they tend to be impatient and dissatisfied with minor details

I TIO Comparatively Low Tend to enjoy change and variety in their work and non-work

FIN life
DE
Tend to want peace and harmony
Are expansive by nature and tend to not like routine and
Prefer to let others initiate action and resolve problems
repetitive work/activities
Are quiet and indirect in their approach to most situations
Leader—a person who has commanding They enjoy stretching themselves intellectually and physically
Are usually cautious and calculate risks carefully before acting
authority or influence COMPLIANCE
Generally well liked because of their mild gentle nature
Comparatively High
Follower—one that follows the opinions or INFLUENCE
Are usually peaceful and adaptable
teachings of another Comparatively High
Tend not to be aggressive
Are strongly interested in meeting and being with people
Tend to be cautious rather than impulsive
Dominance—Describes the way you deal Are generally optimistic, outgoing, and socially skilled
Avoid risk-taking
with problems, assert yourself and control Are quick at establishing relationships
Act in a tactful, diplomatic way and strive for a stable, ordered
situations. Sometimes their concern for people and people’s feelings may
life
make them reluctant to disturb a favorable situation or
Are comfortable following procedures in both their personal
Influence—Describes the way you deal relationship
and business life
with people, the way you communicate Comparatively Low
They prefer sticking to methods that have proved successful in
and relate to others. Are usually socially passive
the past; have a high acceptance of rules and regulations
Quite frequently have an affinity for things, machinery and Comparatively Low
Steadiness—Describes your equipment
Are independent and uninhibited
temperament—patience, persistence, and Are generally comfortable working alone
Resent rules and restrictions
thoughtfulness. Frequently have a tendency to be analytical and once they have
Prefer to be measured by results and are always willing to try
sorted the facts out they communicate them in a straightforward
the untried
Compliance—Describes how you approach direct way
Free in thought, word and deed, they long for freedom and go
and organize your activity, procedures and Tend to take little at face value
to great lengths to achieve it.
responsibilities. They may have learned and developed good social skills but they
They feel that repetitive details and routine work is best
only bring these into play when logic dictates such tactics
“delegated” or avoided