Do they walk quickly or make fast or large gestures with their hands? Do they walk slowly and make minimal gestures?
A faster mover and big gesturer will likely be
a D or an I-style.
A slower mover will likely be an S or a C.
Observe their posture.
Do they sit forward or lean back in their chair?
Are they generally intense and alert or relaxed?
Intense and alert posture will likely be a D or an I.
Relaxed posture will likely be an S or a C.
Observe whether or not they are decisive
or quick to act.
Are they quick to make a decision, slow to make a decision, or looking for the opinions of others?
One who is quick to make a decision or take action will likely be a D-style.
One who is less focused on the decision and more focused on the people around them is likely an I-style.
One who is concerned with group consensus or involving others in the decision is likely an S-style.
A slow decider, who wants to think it through and examine the details first, is likely a C-style.
Observe the discussion and see where the
Do they talk about tasks and tangible topics?
Do they discuss people in their life, gossip, and more abstract topics?
One who focuses on tasks is likely to be a D or a C.
A D will focus on the vision, end result, or big picture.
A C will focus on the specific details or process.
One who focuses on people is likely to be
an I or an S-style.
An I-style tends to be quite jovial in their
relation to others.
An S can have a tendency towards the serious or a focus on very personal relationships and their immediate circle.
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