DISCOVER Behaviour: Over-stretching your DISC strengths

DISCOVER Behaviour: Your strengths and weaknesses

The DISCOVER language of behaviour gives you insights on your natural and adapted behavioural styles, or HOW you do things. Your behavioural styles are described in your own DISCOVER Behaviour report.

Linked to your natural behavioural styles are your strengths and weaknesses when you communicate with people around you. Your strengths are what make you effective in your communication with others.

What happens under stress, pressure or fatigue?

With greater insights into our own behavioural styles, when we are under stress, pressure or fatigue, we can subconsciously overextend our strengths or stretch them too far. This can make us lose our effectiveness. Read the tips below. Be aware when you are losing your effectiveness.

When can you be less effective?

If your DISCOVER Behaviour report describes you as a High “D”, you overextend your strength by directing too much (more directive than necessary).

If your DISCOVER Behaviour report describes you as a High “I”, you overextend your strength by talking too much (more than necessary).

If your DISCOVER Behaviour report describes you as a High “S”, you overextend your strength by agreeing too much (too collaborative).

If your DISCOVER Behaviour report describes you as a High “C”, you overextend your strength by questioning too much (overly detailed).

If you know your over-extensions, you can prevent your strengths from losing their effectiveness.

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