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High C Leader’s Blind Spots (and Strengths), Ep. 45

We’re discussing High C’s in today’s episode. We continue our four part series where we are focusing on understanding the blind spots for each style in a leadership role.  Each style has its inherent strengths as well as behaviors that aren’t exhibited.  For High C’s, some samples are:

  1. Overly critical; nothing is every “complete” or  “quite good enough”
  2. Defensive when they are criticized

 

For reference, our introductory episodes to the DISC Model of Human behavior can be found here:

 

High D “Dominant” Style

https://www.alexswire-clark.com/03-the-dominant-high-d-personality-style/

 

High I “Influencing” Style

https://www.alexswire-clark.com/episode-4-the-inspiring-high-i-personality-style/

 

High S “Supportive” Style

https://www.alexswire-clark.com/the-supportive-high-s-type-they-are-loving-and-loyal/

 

High C “Cautious” Style

https://www.alexswire-clark.com/the-cautious-high-c-personality-style/

 

 

ASSESSMENTS can be found at:

http://www.personalityservice.com/portal/GPPM/store

 

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