What is interesting about this video is that it mentions that someone being dominant does not mean that the person has to be aggressive. I remember that I was one of the two Ds in the group when I did the DISC test many years back. Immediately, I felt that it created a certain impression of me in the group. Yet sometimes at a workplace, those who are aggressive can be the less dominant ones, attacking someone due to their insecurities then making it look as if someone else is the bad guy. Not sure if anyone else has the same experience.
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