YOUR RESULT IS
DOMINANCE (D) & COMPLIANCE (C)
Challengers, who are strong in, first, Dominance (D) and, second, Compliance (C), represent highly formal and structured individuals with a forceful and blunt style. This type of person believes in getting things right, and is rarely afraid to state their mind robustly and directly. Of all possible DISC profiles, this style probably represents the least forthcoming in personal or emotional matters; individuals of this type tend to be remote and somewhat isolated, preferring to keep their own counsel.
How they relate to others
Relating to others (at least on a personal level) is not a high priority for this type of person. When communication with others is essential, Challengers tend to be brief and succinct, focusing on practical matters. This type of individual is quite distrustful of others, and will prefer to keep facts to themselves unless absolutely necessary.
What they are good at
Challengers are motivated by achievement and efficiency, similar to all personalities containing a high level of Dominance. In this case, however, this is modulated by the presence of a high Compliance factor, which also lends Challengers an interest in detail and precision. A noticeable element of this type, for example, is their tendency to correct other people when they make errors, even to the point of highlighting mistakes that others might regard as trivial or unimportant. Nonetheless, this combination of efficiency and precision can be an effective one, and their bluntly assertive style helps them to achieve difficult tasks by sheer force of character.
What motivates them
Challengers are complex in terms of motivation. In common with other highly dominant types, they have a desire for personal achievement and success, but they also like to feel that they are completing assignments or projects accurately and efficiently. The naturally inexpressive style of this personality can make it difficult to detect whether or not they are motivated in any particular set of circumstances.