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Quiz: DiSC styles and conflict

Quiz: DiSC styles and conflict

DiSC styles during conflict

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Review the DiSC styles:
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Question 1
When in conflict with a D, it's good to
A
emphasize the logic behind your argument
B
avoid viewing his or her directness as a personal attack
C
avoid direct confrontation
D
express a concern for his or her feelings
Question 2
When in conflict with a C, remember
A
to show you're optimistic about your ability to come to resolution
B
not to insist on immediate resolution
C
to project confidence in your argument
Question 3
Which style is most likely to dwell on wounded relationships?
A
DC or CD
B
CS or SC
C
D
D
iS or Si
Question 4
An S style is more likely to
A
become passive-aggressive
B
stick up for own rights
C
listen to others' perspectives
D
speak up about problems
Question 5
On a team, which style is more likely to try to draw out the perspectives of everyone?
A
Di or iD
B
DC or CD
C
S
D
i
Question 6
When in conflict with an S, remember to
A
lay out your argument in a step-by-step manner
B
make your argument based on data
C
keep your focus on the bottom line
D
let your passion show
Question 7
A D-style might deal with conflict by
A
gossiping
B
looking to even the score
C
avoiding emotional situations
D
remaining very calm
Question 8
A C-style is more likely to display this unhealthy behavior:  
A
Become overly dramatic
B
Cave in to avoid tension
C
Overpower with logic and facts
D
Gloss over problems
Question 9
Which style is most likely to address issues head on?
A
S
B
C
C
iS or Si
D
Di or iD
Question 10
When in conflict with an i, remember to
A
be direct and dispassionate
B
make it clear that your relationship is still strong even after difficult confrontations
C
refrain from making emotional appeals
D
follow up to make sure the issue is resolved
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More about DiSC and conflict can be found at 8 ways to welcome conflict on your team, from TalentGear.com. The new Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team assessment and program integrates DiSC into Patrick Lencioni’s model of the five dysfunctions of a team.

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