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Productive Conflict Quiz

Productive Conflict Quiz

Everything DiSC Productive Conflict map

Everything DiSC style and conflict

Question 1
In conflict, which style focuses on results and victory?
A
S (steadiness)
B
C (conscientiousness)
C
i (influence)
D
D (dominance)
Question 1 Explanation: 
The D style might overuse their need to win, impatience, or bluntness.
Question 2
During conflict, which style prioritizes objectivity, stability, and justification?
A
i
B
C
C
D
D
S
Question 2 Explanation: 
The C-style is looking for fairness, rational decisions, and accuracy.
Question 3
Which is the best advise for engaging in productive conflict with the S style?
A
- Share your feelings when it is appropriate to do so. - Take their emotional needs into account. - Don't focus so intently on your goal that they feel ignored or disrespected.
B
- Watch for signs of having offended them. - Be aware that they have difficulty being as direct as you might be. - Don't overpower them or dominate the discussion.
C
- Take turns speaking and avoid talking over each other. - Refrain from getting into a power struggle. - Be willing to compromise.
Question 3 Explanation: 
The S style is likely to make attempts to smooth things over during and after conflict. They may want to return things to normal ASAP. They are also likely to remain calm and be both understanding and forgiving.
Question 4
In conflict, which style focuses on expression and feelings?
A
C (conscientiousness)
B
S (steadiness)
C
D (dominance)
D
i (influence)
Question 4 Explanation: 
The i style might overuse passion, impulsivity and outspokenness.
Question 5
During conflict, which style fears being taken advantage of or appearing weak?
A
S (steadiness)
B
C (conscientiousness)
C
i (influence)
D
D (dominance)
Question 5 Explanation: 
The goals of the D style are victory, results, and personal accomplishment.
Question 6
During conflict, which style fears letting people down or facing aggression?
A
S (steadiness)
B
C (conscientiousness)
C
D (dominance)
D
i (influence)
Question 6 Explanation: 
The goals for the S style are agreement, acceptance, and peace.
Question 7
During conflict, which style prioritizes control, assertion, and justification?
A
C (conscientiousness)
B
D (dominance)
C
S (steadiness)
D
i (influence)
Question 7 Explanation: 
The goals for the D style are victory, results and personal accomplishment.
Question 8
In conflict, which style focuses on justice and logic?
A
S (steadiness)
B
C (conscientiousness)
C
i (influence)
D
D (dominance)
Question 8 Explanation: 
The C style might overuse analysis, restraint, and rigidness.
Question 9
In conflict, which style focuses on feelings and consensus?
A
i (influence)
B
S (steadiness)
C
C (conscientiousness)
D
D (dominance)
Question 9 Explanation: 
The S style might overuse passive resistance or compromise.
Question 10
During conflict, which style prioritizes expression, assertion, and reassurance?
A
D
B
S
C
C
D
i
Question 10 Explanation: 
Approval, understanding, and openness are the goals of the i style.
Question 11
During conflict, which style prioritizes harmony, stability, and reassurance?
A
S (Steadiness)
B
D (dominance)
C
i (influence)
D
C (conscientiousness)
Question 11 Explanation: 
The S style seeks agreement, acceptance and peace.
Question 12
During conflict, which style fears rejection, not being heard, or dissapproval?
A
C
B
S
C
i
D
D
Question 12 Explanation: 
The goals of the i style are approval, understanding, and openness.
Question 13
During conflict, which style fears being wrong and strong displays of emotion?
A
S (steadiness)
B
i (influence)
C
C (conscientiousness)
D
D (dominance)
Question 13 Explanation: 
The goals of this style are rational decisions, fairness, and accuracy.
Question 14
Which is the best advice for having productive conflict with a D style?
A
- Use reason rather than force to make your points. - Don't push them for quick answers. - Be willing to compromise, even if you reach different logical conclusions.
B
- Share your feelings when it is appropriate to do so. - Take their emotional needs into account. - Don't focus so intently on your goal that they feel ignored or disrespected.
C
- Take turns speaking, and avoid talking over each other. - Refrain from getting into a power struggle. - Be willing to compromise.
Question 14 Explanation: 
The D style likes to cut to the chase and push strongly for their opinions. They like to tackling problems immediately and directly.
There are 14 questions to complete.

 

Learn more about your own style and how to engage in conflict more productively by taking the Everything DiSC® Productive Conflict assessment and reading the profile. You might also enjoy the slide deck Quotes about Conflict.

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