The difference is that “ ‘D’ style is more direct, strong-willed, and determined, whereas ‘I’ style is sociable, talkative, outgoing, and cheerful.” (William Moulton Marston, 1928).
Yes, a person can have two DiSC styles, because “everyone who takes DiSC assessment gets plotted on the Everything DiSC Map. A person can incline towards the ‘D’ style region and also towards ‘I’ style region, which can be regarded as ‘Di’ style.” (William Moulton Marston, 1928) #bookad
Individuals with personality traits D, I, S & C, motivate others like this: ” ‘D’ motivates to work hard and put in long hours whereas ‘I’ helps others to stay positive. ‘S’ inspires people to work together, and ‘C’ propels others to perfect their skills” (Merrick Rosenberg & Daniel Silvert,2012). #bookad
Whereas an ‘I’ style child prefers unplanned entertainment, an ‘S’ child prefers stable and planned activities in small groups. (DISCInsights 1985-2019)
Because every child has a different personality type, some advice might fall on deaf ears; therefore, parents should avoid doing the following: Don’t tell a ‘D’ child to avoid being bossy Don’t tell an ‘I’ child to stop being talkative Don’t tell an ‘S’ child to change his/her routine Don’t tell a ‘C’ child not […]
Yes. No one is 100% defined in a particular style. People, in general, are the combination of two styles. For example, children that are people-oriented, sometimes prefer large groups and other times smaller, this means they could be a Dove/Parrot (some tests will provide the 4 traits in scale). (Heather Hafner,2018)
The 10 key indicators of Parrot Children are: “Happily get dirty or messy Add comedy and practical jokes to everyday life Have a limited attention span Need constant stimulation Have several groups of friends, such as neighborhoods, school, and sports Make up their own games or change the rules of existing games just to experience […]
Yes. According to Heather Hafner, children have unique traits that help to recognize their primary style. In the book “Taking Flight!” , Rosenberg and Silvert explain how to pair the styles with birds. This representation is straightforward to understand: An Eagle symbolizes ‘D’ (Dominant). They are confident and result-oriented A Parrot symbolizes ‘I’ (Interactive). They […]