DISC Personality Styles, C – Conscientious

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The fourth symbol of the DISC Personality Test is “C” for “Conscientious.” Here is a summary of high “C” inclinations.

Basic description – CONSCIENTIOUS, Cautious, Careful, Competent, Critical, Contemplative

Ancient Greek (Hippocrates) — “Melancholy”

Wilson Social Style — Analytical

Celebrity “C” Personalities – Colin Powell, Charles Krauthammer, Condi Rice, Sandra Day O’Connor

Emphasis – Work conscientiously within existing circumstances to ensure quality and accuracy

Strengths – Analytical thinking, weighs pros and cons

Blind spots under pressure – Stuffy, picky, judgemental, indecisive, critical, cynical

Reserved – Quietly and calmly assesses accuracy, logic, sensibility and advisability of things

Task-Oriented – Looks for ways to cautiously and carefully correct inefficiency or improve the quality of what exists

Conflict – Avoids by being faultless, doing everything and everyone right, diplomatic and may seem paralyzed and assume too much fault when confronted

Slow-paced – Absorbed the important details of the tasks before them

Facts and feelings – Both are important, but facts are more apparent

Change – Prefers tradition and standard operating procedures but advocates constant improvement of what exists

Individual over group – “Leave me alone and let me do it myself”

Contributions – Analysis, logic, objectivity, consistency

***See articles on other DISC Personalities – High D, High I, High S***

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