Better understand your personal behavioral styles, thinking styles, values and behavioural attitudes.

Have you ever asked yourself why people follow and look up to some people and just love to have a conversation with them, or even listen to them on public events? They admire them, give them trust and just have a good feeling around them, knowing they are always welcomed and have someone to rely on.

People tend to follow people who are self-aware, know how to communicate with others, have their integrity, know how to express gratitude, but most importantly have empathy for others. 

As we are moving into a new social environment where behavior is constantly changing  at our workplace or in our personal lives, empathy is becoming a key skill for successful leaders to master. Knowing how to work and communicate with others is the key to success in today’s world.

If you strive to become a good leader and want to improve your leadership skills, there are certain skills that leaders have which you need to learn in order to improve yourself and become a leader. Leadership skills are adaptable to different situations and can be used in any situation we are at.


Leaders are not born, it is learned and takes experience!


Looking at leaders we see different leadership styles and patterns they use. Not all leaders have the same behavioural styles or personalities  and because of this there are different leadership skills you need to develop and improve based on your personality.


What do you get with a 4D DISC Report?


4D DISC report is the most comprehensive report created analysing 1440 possible combinations that will help you better understand your personal behavioral styles. 4D DISC report covers 4 dimensions of your personality. DISC profile will help you find your hidden motivators and what is the right environment for you to achieve maximum results to be successful and productive.

4D DISC report has a wide range of use and can assist you in various fields of your life. One of the most common uses of 4D reports are during the recruitment process, improving your leadership skills, team-building activities in your company, being in different groups and a lot more.

With a comprehensive 4D DISC report you will know how to improve your communication skills, make connections with people in the right way and how to behave in different situations. 

Types of leadership behaviour styles

Dominant Leaders

Dominant leaders are characterised by authority, they have power to control and are focused on goals.

Leaders with this behavioural style are not afraid of risks and are always ready to take the next challenge.

Because of their behaviour they are respected and trusted leaders, anyone can rely on. 

Influential Leaders

Leaders who are good with their communication skills know how to inspire other people around them.

They are great motivators and can connect with their audience or team in public speaking.

Others find them inspiring and influential on their lives.

Steady Leaders

Leaders with steadiness as behavioral style tend to be highly supportive and stable with their team. 

They are known as calm and easy going people who like to lead by examples.

Others find them patient, not demanding and loyal for people around them.

Compliant Leaders

Compliant leaders have a behavioral style that is focused on details. They are accurate and precise leaders.

They are very analytical and have systematic approaches. Decision compliant leaders are always well researched and based on data.

Others find them as logical and informative persons.

How do I get my leadership report?

You can learn more about your personality type and your leadership behavior with our 4D DISC report for leaders. To get started, simply visit our contact page and send me a message. Our 4D DISC report is oriented to strengths, includes comprehensive personality profile and assessment.


At Growings you can receive a free sample 4D DISC report that can be downloaded below. Learn more about what your leadership 4D DISC assessment contains and contact us for your DISC report.