1: Dominance – High "D" Style - Help Them
• More realistically gauge risks.
• Exercise more caution and deliberation before making decisions and coming to conclusions.
• Follow pertinent rules, regulations and expectations
• Recognize and solicit others' contributions, both as individuals and within a group.
• Tell others the reasons for decisions.
• Cultivate more attention and responsiveness to emotions.
2: Influence – High "I" Style - Help Them
• Prioritize and organize.
• See tasks through to completion.
• View people and tasks more objectively.
• Avoid overuse of giving and taking advice (which can result in lack of focus on tasks).
• Write things down.
• Do the unpleasant, as well as the fun things.
• Focus on what is important now.
• Avoid procrastination and/or hoping others will do things for them.
• Practice and perfect, when appropriate.
3: Steadiness – High "S" Style - Help Them
• Utilize shortcuts; DISCard unnecessary steps.
• Track their growth.
• Avoid doing things the same way.
• Focus on the goal without attending to other thoughts or feelings.
• Realize tasks have more than one approach.
• Become more open to risks and changes.
• Feel sincerely appreciated.
• Speak up; voice their thoughts and feelings.
• Modify the tendency to do what others tell them.
4: Conscientious – High "C" Style - Help Them
• Share their knowledge and expertise.
• Stand up for themselves with the people they prefer to avoid.
• Shoot for realistic deadlines.
• View people and tasks less seriously and critically.
• Balance their lives with both interaction and tasks.
• Keep on course with tasks, with less checking.
• Maintain high expectations for high priority items, not necessarily everything.