Understanding the "D" (Dominant) DiSC Style

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Understanding the "D" (Dominant) DiSC Style

This begins a series of individual blogs increasing your understanding of the four DiSC styles – ONE at a time. The model is read like the quadrants of a clock, with the D beginning the range between 9 and 12. The “i” follows, and so on to the “C” which occupies the 6 to 9 quadrant. That part is not important. And, frankly, I could start with any of the four styles. However, for those of you who prefer models and symmetry, this should work for you. I share the model with you here for reference ONLY.