How High S’s Learn and Communicate

by | DISC Assessment, DISC University

The DISC behavioral assessment provides a simple classification of the way people generally prefer to behave. Here’s how the acronym breaks down: Decisive, Interactive, Stabilizing, and Cautious. In this post we’ll concentrate on how those who have a preference for Stabilizing behavior, or Stabilizing Sasha’s as we call them, may enjoy learning and communicating.

Talking With a High S

Since the Stabilizing Sasha’s of the world can best be described as steady, reliable, and patient, they naturally gravitate toward a warm and friendly style of communication. They tend to be excellent listeners and value open and honest conversations that foster trust and maintain positive relationships. Our Sasha’s are naturally conflict-averse and prefer to exchange ideas in a harmonious and supportive environment.

Training a High S

To ensure your training class is appealing to a Stabilizing Sasha, you’ll want to keep it open, collaborative, and low-pressure. Save the super-competitive stuff for Decisive Devon and friends. Higher S-types thrive in training environments where they can work closely with others, share ideas, and receive feedback. Group discussions and team-oriented projects allow them to contribute their insights and learn from the perspectives of others. They appreciate a structured learning approach that provides clear guidelines and expectations, as it helps them feel secure and in control.

High S Communication Style – Final Thoughts

Overall, Stabilizing Sasha’s with their high S on the DISC tend to prefer learning and communicating in a cooperative and collaborative manner. Understanding and appreciating their preferences can contribute to effective communication and facilitate their learning process.