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About the DISC Assessment

The DISC system was created as a simple but powerful way to understand people's behavior and the way they interact with one another. This system describes people in terms of four broad styles: Drive, Influence, Support, and Clarity.

Although everyone uses all four styles, most of us depend on one or two most of the time. Understanding your dominant style can help you to understand how others see you, where conflict is likely to arise, and what sorts of work roles will suit you best.


The four DISC styles


Your DISC Style

Clarity describes behavior that is precise and detail-oriented. When people exercise Clarity, they work steadily on tasks requiring focus and accuracy. They take a systematic approach to finish the job.

People who are high in Clarity are described as efficient, methodical, and orderly. They enjoy working independently on well-defined tasks with clear instructions and expectations. They place a lot of importance on getting everything done correctly.

Clarity is useful in roles where accuracy and precision are important. Accountants, engineers, and computer programmers all need to exercise Clarity to be successful in their work. On the other hand, high Clarity people generally prefer not to have to motivate other people.

  • Clarity people focus on being correct and precise.
  • Every workplace needs clarity; people who relish digging into the data, who strive for quality and high standards in all things, who are cautious about bold actions and quick plans, and who enjoy seeing a task or project through to the end.
  • At your best, others see you as being committed to high standards, analytical and accurate, asking good questions, methodical, consistent and private. You double-check the details where others are more slapdash in their approach.
  • At your worst, others may see you as being too rigid with the rules and too cold with people. However well-intentioned your critique, your exacting nature may push people away and prevent them valuing the clarity you can bring.

More likely to be described as:

  • Analytical
  • Precise
  • Private
  • Reserved
  • Modest
  • Quiet
  • Systematic
  • Careful
  • Disciplined
  • Stable
  • Accurate
  • Challenging
  • Reserved
  • Organized
  • Exacting
  • Conscientious

Less likely to be described as:

  • Engaging
  • Impulsive
  • Persuasive
  • Lively
  • Sociable
  • Encouraging
  • Inspiring
  • Talkative
  • Confident
  • Enthusiastic
  • Optimistic
  • Fun
  • Active
  • Collaborative
  • Friendly
  • Charming

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