DISC Profile: The Result-Oriented
To help interpretation, communication and understanding, DISC Personality Model experts have defined - through statistical analysis of the graph combinations - fifteen DISC 'Patterns' or 'Classifications'.
The Result-Oriented is one of the fifteen profiles of the DISC personality test. On this page you will find a description of The Result-Oriented's personality traits.
Results-Oriented want to assert themselves and like to take control.
Results-Oriented tend to be direct and positive with people.
Results-Oriented get restless and bored when involved in routine and repetitive work/activities.
Results-Oriented feel restrained by rules and restrictions.
Results-Oriented are individualistic, demanding and persistent.
Here are some keywords people use to describe a Result-Oriented:
Conservative; realistic; evaluating; pleasant; sociable; stable; fact-finder; accurate; systematic; diplomatic; courteous; restrained; analytical.
Other DISC Profiles
Besides The Result-Oriented, there are fourteen other profiles within the DISC typology. These are:
The Achiever, The Coach, The Counselor, The Creative, The Enthusiast, The Evaluator, The Individualist, The Inspirational, The Investigator, The Objective Thinker, The Perfectionist, The Persuader, The Practitioner and The Specialist