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    Boring old fossil Night's Avatar
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    Natural:

    D - 42
    I - 81
    S - 39
    C - 77

    Adaptive:

    D - 70
    I - 81
    S - 32
    C - 60

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    Natural
    D -21
    I -67
    S - 88
    C - 67

    Adaptive
    D -42
    I - 53
    S - 60
    C - 25

    Very High Aesthetic
    Places great importance in finding a good work-life balance, creating more
    than destroying and artistic self expression.

    Very Low Economic
    May try to help meet customers' needs (internal and external) before her own.

    Very High Individualistic
    Demonstrates high independence and projects self-confidence.

    Very Low Political
    Tends to be non-competitive and demonstrate a higher service orientation.

    Very High Altruistic
    A very high sincerity-factor, and a high empathy for others' needs.

    Average Regulatory
    Able to balance and understand the need to have structure and order, but not
    paralyzed without it.

    Low Theoretical
    Less concerned with the big picture or knowledge for knowledge sake.
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    Natural
    D-42
    I-28
    S-77
    C-99

    Adaptive
    D-25
    I-10
    S-46
    C-88

    Very High Aesthetic (70)
    Average Economic (40)
    Average Individualistic (53)
    Average Political (51)
    Average Altruistic (35)
    Low Regulatory (21)
    Very High Theoretical (85)

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    My Natural and Adaptive are pretty much the same (strength/priority-wise), which I find interesting. (Also find interesting that Adaptive is weaker on all 4; seems odd to me)
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    Nice test!

    Natural Style
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    I 81
    S 46
    C 39

    Adaptive Style
    D 49
    I 81
    S 32
    C 10
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    My Natural and Adaptive are pretty much the same (strength/priority-wise), which I find interesting. (Also find interesting that Adaptive is weaker on all 4; seems odd to me)
    Well, aside from "points issues" (i'm not sure how the test is scored, and you'd think if something went down, something else would go up to balance that), to me, that seems to say that you're pretty much comfortable being yourself even in situations where you're unsure or feeling like you're being scrutinized... just that you tend to rein things back a bit and put less of your complete self out there.

    (Like turning down the dimmer switch on a light, which only changes its intensity rather than its composition.)

    My results are pretty much what I expected; when I'm in unsure environments, I tend to become even more cautious and take less risks, partly to feel safer and partly to let others know I'm not irresponsible.
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    Natural Style:
    Decisive: 49
    Interactive: 21
    Stability: 88
    Cautiousness: 88

    Adaptive Style:
    Decisive: 25
    Interactive: 39
    Stability: 32
    Cautiousness: 88

    Values:
    Aesthetic: 55 (high)
    Economic: 30 (low)
    Individualistic: 63 (high)
    Political: 46 (average)
    Altruistic: 39 (average)
    Regulatory: 26 (low)
    Theoretical: 95 (very high)
    It's always interesting to see different categorizations on these sorts of things. I particularly thought that the values portion was pretty accurate. A bit less so on the DISC portion, particularly in equating being "cautious" with "adhering to rules set by those in authority -- likes things to be done by the operating manual"... in actuality I make a habit of ignoring such things and hate being told what to do . The values portion though, captured me pretty well.

    It was sort of amusing to see the diametric conclusions generated by the two reports (which the author specifically mentions may happen). This one was pretty good:

    "You would prefer not to have to present presentations to large or influential groups of people."
    vs.
    "Many people who score like Kelric enjoy making presentations to small or large groups. Explore this possibility."

    The latter's more accurate (came from the Values assessment).

    Anyway, interesting. Thanks Jaguar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    My Natural and Adaptive are pretty much the same (strength/priority-wise), which I find interesting. (Also find interesting that Adaptive is weaker on all 4; seems odd to me)
    The adaptive score total is lower for everyone that took the test. You seem more balanced in the way the individual numbers went down.

    I took DISC quite a number of years ago and the general pattern of the results haven't changed much. At that time, there were three "graphs" that were provided:
    - Behavior Expected By Others
    - Instinctive Response Under Pressure
    - Self Perception (difference between first two)

    Then, they had you match the graphs with a number of individual graphs to select a "pattern". At that time, I got "results oriented" for behavior expected by others and "creative" pattern for instinctive response to pressure and self perception. The words in this DISC detailed report sound the same as those pattern descriptions but there is more detail overall.

    You would think as you get older, the two would align better like Cascadeco's.

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    Natural Style:
    D-67
    I-39
    S-46
    C-88

    Adaptive Style:
    D-35
    I-39
    S-32
    C-81

    Your score shows a moderately high score on the 'D'
    spectrum. The comments below highlight some of the traits
    specific to just your unique score.
    • You would rather focus on the big picture, not the details
    which you can view as minutia.
    • You desire freedom from having to deal with detail; it
    restrains your effectiveness.
    • Your decision-making style is a rapid and straightforward
    one.
    • The higher the stress the less you are likely to hear and
    the more you are likely to act or command.
    • You can be a high risk-taker, but usually not too extreme.
    • You are adventuresome in trying new ideas and
    innovations.

    Your score shows a low average score on the 'I' spectrum.
    The comments below highlight some of the traits specific
    to just your unique score.
    • While you consider others emotions, you do not let them
    fog the bigger issues.
    • Make sure to encourage others in a more vocal or open
    way.
    • You tend to be a stabilizing force when emotional issues
    hit the team.
    • You amicable approach means you may be hard to really
    "read."
    • You tend to be slightly more reflective than talkative.
    • You can easily interact with others.

    Your score shows a low average score on the 'S' spectrum.
    The comments below highlight some of the traits specific
    to just your unique score.
    • You appreciate the need of others to have more freedom
    and less structure.
    • You can multitask fairly well.
    • You like being mobile and on the go, but you like a home
    base to return to from time to time.
    • Unexpected events don't drive you crazy. They can be
    something of a welcomed change.
    • You respect the established ways, but are open to
    change when it is deemed necessary.
    • You are flexible enough to deal with change openly and
    without fear.

    Your score shows a very high score on the 'C' spectrum.
    The comments below highlight some of the traits specific
    to just your unique score.
    • When you present your argument you do so logically not
    emotionally.
    • You tend to approach new ideas and directions with
    skepticism and caution.
    • You are known as an accurate fact-finder by others.
    • You prefer to have the complete picture before beginning
    with any task or process.
    • You have a strong preference for adhering to established
    rules, regulations and protocols that have been proven
    to work.
    • You like things to be done the "right" way, according to
    standard operating procedure.

    Executive Summary of Values

    Very High
    Aesthetic
    Places great importance in finding a good work-life balance, creating more
    than destroying and artistic self expression.

    Average
    Economic
    Able to perceive and create a balance between the need for economic return,
    and other needs as well.

    Very High
    Individualistic
    Demonstrates high independence and projects self-confidence.

    Average
    Political
    Flexible, able to take or leave the power or clout that comes with the job title
    or assignment.

    Low
    Altruistic
    Won't be taken advantage of; protects own turf and that of the team or
    organization.

    Very Low
    Regulatory
    An independent and autonomous agent, very flexible problem-solver, and
    able to craft a variety of solutions.

    Very High
    Theoretical
    Passionate about learning for its own sake. Continually in learning mode and
    bringing a very high degree of technical or knowledge base credibility.

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    Yep, would have to agree with these results.
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    Thanks for posting this, Jaguar. It was pretty accurate!

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    Absolutely loved this test, Jag
    N - A
    D:42 - 25
    I: 99 - 53
    S:53 - 60
    C:46 - 53
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