Share your DiSC® style priorities

Share your DiSC® style priorities

Do you ever wish that people understood you better?

If you’ve taken an Everything DiSC® assessment, you’ve learned a lot about yourself you might want to share. We suggest two ways of sharing.

MyEverythingDiSC Comparison Map

Use MyEverythingDiSC

Many Everything DiSC facilitators make sure their clients have access to Once you’ve set up your account, you can can invite others who have taken one of the DiSC assessments to share their profile with you.

You can get tips for working better together: building relationships, getting buy-in, giving and receiving feedback, managing tensions, or working on a project together. These are valuable and actionable insights.

Share your DiSC with your colleagues

Does your organization have an intranet where you can share information about yourself? Or do you have an “about us” page to write? Maybe you have a document you share when onboarding new employees that briefly introduces teammates. Consider adding sharing your style there like Joe did. (Source:

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Share your style on social media

Tweet with DiSC style shared

Save the appropriate image to your computer and then share it. Did you highlight a sentence or two in your profile? Quote it. Use the hashtag #EverythingDiSC.

Here are images you can share on your personal social media accounts. All other rights reserved.


How to Copy and Save Images from the Internet


DiSC D style priorities
DiSC Di style priorities  DiSC DC style priorities
DiSC i style priorities
DiSC iD style priorities DiSC iS style priorities
DiSC S style priorities
DiSC Si style priorities  DiSC SC style priorities
DiSC C style priorities
DiSC CS style priorities  DiSC CD style priorities

You can include links to more information about DiSC styles:

by Kristeen Bullwinkle and the team

1 Comment

  1. Thanks for the shared entry! Undoubtedly, building tight relationships and giving and receiving positive feedback, are good steps to be taken!

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