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Steadying Your Approach: Job Interview Tips For Low S (Steadiness) Personalities


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Preparing for a job interview by focusing on your strengths can give you a competitive edge and show the interviewer why you would be a good fit for the role. By understanding your unique qualities as someone who is Low Steadiness (Low S) on Colorado Career Advising Tool's DISC assessment and preparing to articulate them effectively, you can increase your confidence and improve your chances of landing the job.


 

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Someone who scores below 50 in the DISC Steadiness behavioral style (green bar on the DISC graph) is considered “low” in that style.


 

Here are a few interview tips for a low steadiness personality on the Colorado Career Advising Tool DISC assessment:

Show Your Flexibility And Adaptability.

Low S (Steadiness) individuals tend to be adaptable and open to change, so be prepared to discuss how you have handled change or uncertainty in the past and how you are open to taking on new challenges.

Show Your Ability To Think On Your Feet.

Low S (Steadiness) individuals tend to be able to think quickly and react well to new and unexpected situations, so be prepared to give examples of how you have handled unexpected challenges in the past.

Show Your Ability To Work Well Under Pressure.

Low S (Steadiness) individuals tend to be able to handle pressure and thrive in fast-paced environments, so be prepared to give examples of how you have handled difficult or stressful situations in the past.

Show Your Willingness To Take Risks.

Low S (Steadiness) individuals tend to be open to taking risks and trying new things, so be prepared to discuss how you have handled risks or challenges in the past and how you are open to taking on new challenges in the future.

Make Sure You Stay On Topic When You Answer Interview Questions.

Low S (Steadiness) individuals tend to have an expansive mind that connects disparate topics. This is a great skill, and it’s important to stay on topic when answering questions during an interview. 

Show Your Ability To Think Strategically.

Low S (Steadiness) individuals tend to be visionary, so be prepared to give examples of how you have thought strategically in the past, and how you can apply that ability to the role you are interviewing for.

As a low S personality, you excel in environments that value flexibility, creativity, and a forward-thinking approach. When exploring job opportunities, it’s important to find a company culture that aligns with these strengths and allows you to work in an adaptive and innovative manner. Embrace your natural style and find your zone of genius in a role that encourages growth and change. Your ability to think outside the box and embrace new ideas will be valued and appreciated in a workplace that aligns with your approach.


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Disclaimer:

This blog post is a rebranded version of content originally published on IndigoPathway, now adapted and shared on Colorado Career Advising. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us at info@coloradocareeradvising.com.

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