Whether you want a quick review of your own style, or you’re looking for insights into how to work with an SC-style person, we hope this short summary will help you out.
How well or how strongly this matches your own SC style will depend on how close your dot is to the edge. The less strongly inclined you are to this style—or the closer your dot is to the center—the more likely it is that some of these traits will be expressed less frequently.
A quick look at the SC style
Traits associated with this personality: stable, consistent, cautious, predictable, accommodating, patient, diplomatic, obliging, analytical, inflexible, self-controlled, reliable, systematic
Goals: Calm environment, fixed objectives, steady progress
Fears: Time pressure, uncertainty, chaos
Influences others through: Diplomacy, self-control, consistency
Overuses: Willingness to let others lead, humility
In conflict: Encourages a calm demeanor, retreats from the conflict
Would increase effectiveness through: Initiating change, speaking up
Leadership qualities of the SC style
The SC-style leader can be modest, fair-minded leaders who provide reliable outcomes through steadiness and consistency. They can also be rigid, overly cautious and afraid to move beyond the status quo.
Other S styles
Curious about your own style?
Note: This page applies only to Everything DiSC assessment results.
Why I chose this art piece for the SC style
Neither child in this painting seems quite ready for the bang they know is coming, but it’s a traditional party activity so it needs to be done. This is how the SC tries to meet the expectations of others. The tension on the cracker toy creates a need for each child to find balance. The solid line at the bottom of the painting also suggests that seeking of stability.
By Kristeen Bullwinkle