Can individuals have a combination of DISC styles, and what does that mean for their behaviour and communication?

Yes, individuals can have a combination of DISC styles. The DISC model is a behavioural assessment tool that categorises people’s behaviour into four main styles: Dominance (D), Influence (I), Steadiness (S), and Compliance (C). Each style represents a set of characteristics and tendencies related to how individuals approach tasks, interact with others, make decisions, and respond to challenges.

It’s important to note that everyone possesses a unique combination of these styles, and their behaviours may not fit neatly into just one category. Some individuals may display a dominant style, while others might exhibit a blend of two or more styles. This blending of styles can lead to various behavioural nuances and communication approaches.