Personality Development

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Based on Dr. William Marston’s theory of personalities, there are four basic personality types:

D for dominant, I for influential, S for steady and C for compliant.

DOMINANT 
You are dominant, stimulated by challenge, decisive and direct. You can be blunt/ stubborn, can lose sight of the big-picture and can be insensitive to other people’s needs, but are a natural achiever.

COMPLIANT
You are logical, mathematically minded, methodical and sometimes seen as a perfectionist. You can be slow to make decisions and inflexible if rules and logic says otherwise. Not a big risk taker, but you love detail.

INFLUENTIAL
You love talking, being the centre of attention, have passion/ enthusiasm and are happy/ optimistic. You might be accused of talking too much, and aren’t good with detail or time-control.

STEADY
You are compassionate, peaceful and people-orientated, loyal, friendly, hard working and a great team player but tend to avoid change, confrontation, risk-taking and assertiveness.