Are you a Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte or Miranda?

Are you a Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte or Miranda?

We all have different behavior types and I am sure when you read the title you pictured these four women all very differently.  At BESTSELLER you will take the DISC test that will show how each type is represented in you. I remembered the first time I saw the word DISC. I was invited for my second interview at BESTSELLER. Is it an IQ or competency test? I really had no idea but it is nothing to worry about. Basically the test shows what type of behavior you prefer. This can be different in a work and social environment. There is nothing you can prepare because it is simply you just being you!

I will shortly explain the four types. The DISC stands for dominance, influence, stability and compliance. The funny thing is that these profiles are present in many movies or series and as an example I will take Sex and the City.

When you have a high D you get fueled by power and you are competitive, direct, assertive and a self-starter. This is like Samantha, she knows what she wants and knows how to get it. She will direct people and say exactly what she thinks. When you have a high I you are driven by people. They are friendly, expressive, communicative and positive. This is Carrie, a real people’s person, she always wants to be liked. If you have a high S you prefer peace and you are a good listener, kind and amiable. Doesn’t this remind you of Charlotte? Always there for Carrie when she has some drama going on. Lastly, people with a high C love procedures and are accurate, perfectionist and logical. This is definetly Miranda, the lawyer who always thinks rational.

In the second week of the first school period we spend a full day on understanding different types of behaviors and this is so important when working in a large international company such as BESTSELLER.

So who do you think you are? Are you a Samantha, Carrie, Charlotte or Miranda?

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