The Star Trek Personality Test

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What Star Trek character are you the most like? And what character could you NEVER work with? In this presentation, writer Joseph Dickerson discuses how the DiSC personality profile system can be used to understand what Trek character aligns best with your personality. He’ll also provide insights on how you can use this information to work with people more effectively!

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The Star Trek Personality Test

  1. 1. Joseph Dickerson @josephdickerson
  2. 2. Introduction 
 (“Who’s this guy?”)
  3. 3. Introduction 
 (“Who’s this guy?”)
  4. 4. Introduction 
 (“Who’s this guy?”)
  5. 5. Bones Slide
  6. 6. DISC
  7. 7. DISC stands for • Dominant • Inspirational http://www.actionmembers.com/ public/partnerpageupload/DISC%20Pie.jpg • Steady • Cautious• Cautious • Accurate • Analytical • Contemplative
  8. 8. DominantLeader. Determined. Decider. Takes Risks. Expects Results.
  9. 9. DominantLeader. Determined. Decider. Takes Risks. Expects Results.
  10. 10. Influencer Communicator. Creative. Talker. Optimistic. 
 Captures your attention.
  11. 11. Influencer Communicator. Creative. Talker. Optimistic. 
 Captures your attention.
  12. 12. SteadySupportive. Values relationships. Likes routine. 
 Wants stability.
  13. 13. SteadySupportive. Values relationships. Likes routine. 
 Wants stability.
  14. 14. Cautious 
 (or Conscientious) Methodical. Analytical. Wants facts and details. 
 Organizes things.
  15. 15. Cautious 
 (or Conscientious) Methodical. Analytical. Wants facts and details. 
 Organizes things.
  16. 16. DISC Profiles 
 (aka “Patterns”) • There are standard DISC personality types that are based on the different “mix” of the key personality traits
  17. 17. High “D”s
  18. 18. Results Oriented and Developer Results Oriented type people take control, tend to be direct, and feel restrained by restrictions and rules A Developer is a self-interested problem solver who is likes things to go their way.
  19. 19. Inspirational and Creative People who align to the Inspirational profile tend to be persuasive, charming and want to influence collaboration and rewards. Creative types tend to be ambitious and focus on creating new things and affecting change - They can sometimes be emotionally immature.
  20. 20. High “I”s
  21. 21. Promoter and Persuader Promoter types thrive at social events, meetings and are extremely expressive. They like to talk… a lot. People who's personality align to the Persuader profile worth with and through people to accomplish their objectives. They are “closers”.
  22. 22. Appraiser and Counselor Appraisers are strong communicators who are direct, take initiative when they need to and are adaptable. Counselors are relationship builders, empathetic and tolerant. They are good coaches, calm and serene.
  23. 23. High “S”s
  24. 24. Achiever and Agent Achiever types are independent, confident, and responsible. They keep looking for new pursuits and have a strong sense of justice. People whose personalities align with the Agent pattern are kind and generous, like to be a member of a team and think of others first.
  25. 25. Specialist and Achiever Specialists are loyal friends, patient and considerate and ready to help. They seek to create a peaceful happy environment. Achievers fight for equality and justice, and have a strong sense of personal accountability. They are fiercely loyal.
  26. 26. High “C”s
  27. 27. Objective Thinker and Perfectionist Objective Thinkers are very focused on accuracy - they use facts to make decisions and act. They are precise and efficient. Perfectionists are process thinkers and focused on quality - they are deliberate and patient.
  28. 28. Practitioner Practitioners enjoy being a team member and helping others succeed.  They prefer a supportive role, and would rather not be the leader.  They don’t want to be held accountable for major decisions or taking risks. 
  29. 29. How you can apply this... • Who are you like? • Who do you not get along with? • Why do you get along with the people to get along with? • What personality traits do you want to improve?
  30. 30. ! http://www.123test.com/disc-personality-test/ Test yourself
  31. 31. Thanks! Joseph Dickerson @josephdickerson

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