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FOCUS PROFILE STYLE: D/C/I

GENERAL OBSERVATIONS

The D/C/I Focus Style is a dominant person that is strongly task oriented but tempered with an articulate ability to influence people. Desiring dominance in the relational environment, the D/C/I will establish leadership through a good command of facts and information and be able to articulate those very well to get people on board with his/her agenda. The D/C/I will accept conflict but will try to keep relational peace with facts and a slower pace to avoid relationship damaging encounters. As a leader, the D/C/I will accept moderate risk, challenges and multiple tasks, while encouraging and affirming those in the relationship. An independent worker, the D/C/I will need help with true team cooperation, delegating and developing a steady process and flow within the team members.

INSPIRING TRAITS

✓ Dominant leadership that takes a stand
✓ Command of Facts & Information
✓ Encouragement & Affirmation
✓ Articulate communication Skills
✓ Gets the job done

VALUE TO THE TEAM

✓ Able to find and communicate accurate facts and information
✓ Encouragement and affirmation of team members
✓ Does not give in to distracting voices or elements that bring confusion
✓ Provides a clear signal of direction

IDEAL ENVIRONMENT

✓ A leadership role
✓ Opportunities to gather and assimilate information and factual detail relative to
the challenge
✓ Platform to speak authoritatively in order to influence others
✓ Time to strategize using garnished information that has been gathered

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AREAS

✓ Delegating to others
✓ May become overtaxed with responsibilities due to personal acceptance of too many
challenges AND the “I can do this” attitude.
✓ May become aggressively critical and stubborn under pressure.
✓ Dominant personality style may be difficult for the “quiet, shy, laid-back”
personality style to embrace in a close relationship because they could feel overrun.

GREATEST FEAR(S)

✓ Being taken advantage of; injustice
✓ Criticism and rapid change
✓ Rejection and loss of influence

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