Si Personality Type

The Counselor in DISC

Want to learn more? We wrote the book

Communicate better than you ever have.

New Book Released November 2019
Order Now
My Personality
DISC:
Take the test
Test
Enneagram:
Take the test
test
Myers-Briggs:
Take the test
test
Sign Up Free

DISC Type Si

What is the Si Personality Type (The Counselor)?
People with the Si personality type tend to be even-tempered and accepting. Empathetic and supportive, they may seek to help others frequently and sincerely.

DISC Type Si Personality Traits

With a position on the far top right of the DISC, Counselors are likely to show care and understanding when listening to others. Their considerate and accepting responses create a warm atmosphere which encourages others to express their feelings without any fear of embarrassment or rejection.

DISC Type Si

In summary, DISC type Si personalities tend to...

  • Show understanding towards other people.
  • Help and support other people in their goals.
  • Adapt to difficult situations.
  • Reduce conflict with others.
  • Easily adjust to someone else's style.

DISC Type Si Personality Strengths

Every personality archetype has strengths and blind spots, and these are often amplified in professional settings where we often encounter a diverse group of people with vastly different backgrounds and value systems.

DISC Si Strengths

Strengths typically associated with the DISC type Si personality include...

  • Promoting the benefits of teamwork and cooperation when motivating others.
  • Providing a calming, stabilizing presence for others in tough situations.
  • Building trusting relationships by providing predictability and rewarding loyalty.
  • Including others in sharing their experience when solving problems.
  • Resolving conflict between others with diplomacy and sensitivity.

DISC Type Si Personality Weaknessess

DISC Si Weaknessess

Weaknessess typically associated with the DISC type Si personality include...

  • Not being forceful or assertive when necessary.
  • Becoming uncomfortable when handling aggressive people.
  • Having trouble detaching and being productive in emotionally charged situations.
  • Displaying discomfort when managing people who actively resist close supervision.
  • Reacting emotionally instead of objectively to critical feedback.

DISC Type Si Personality Growth

DISC Si Growth

Growth opportunities typically associated with the DISC type Si personality include...

  • Practice asserting yourself by giving direct, clear statements, which will help you learn to lead more impactfully.
  • Use your skills in patience to remain calm in the face of hostility, but also make an effort to be assertive and direct.
  • When possible, physically remove yourself from emotionally-charged situations; work on potential solutions in a different space.
  • Understand that some important, beneficial decisions will be unpopular, but very necessary.

How DISC Type Si personalities like to work

DISC Si Communicating

Communicating with a DISC type Si personality

Use a friendly, agreeable, warm tone and try to relate to them personally, without getting into business discussion too quickly.
DISC Si Meeting

Meeting with a DISC type Si personality

Meetings should be done in-person when possible, with a prepared agenda.
DISC Si Emailing

Emailing a DISC type Si personality

Emails should be warm, sincere, and expressive.
DISC Si Feedback

Giving feedback to a DISC type Si personality

Feedback should be thoughtfully explained and delivered with empathy.
DISC Si Resolving Conflict

Resolving conflict with a DISC type Si personality

Conflict should be handled diplomatically, allowing all sides to voice their opinions and hear the others.

DISC Type Si Personality Motivations

When people experience pain, stress, or dissatisfaction, it can usually be attributed to energy-draining activities. Therefore, it’s important to know what kinds of activities energize each personality type and what activities drain them.

DISC Si Motivations

DISC Type Si personality types tend to be motivated and energized by...

  • Building long-term trust and loyalty with consistent, predictable behavior.
  • Asking other people how they feel about an upcoming change.
  • Advising people as they deal with a challenge.
  • Paying attention to the needs and concerns of other people.
  • Solving problems with diplomacy and openness.

DISC Type Si Personality Stress

DISC Si Draining

DISC Type Si personality types tend to be drained by...

  • Communication that is too blunt and direct.
  • Considering many factors to make decisions.
  • Making decisions quickly with limited data.
  • Using a forceful approach to direct and develop others.
  • Critically questioning existing practices and procedures.
  • Taking primary ownership over processes and timelines.

DISC Type Si Personality Careers

Counselors tend to thrive in peaceful, welcoming environments where they can take time to collaborate and learn more about other people.

DISC Si Energized

DISC Type Si personality types feel energized at work when...

  • They are asked to build loyalty through establishing personal relationships.
  • Their boss works to get to know them.
  • Their peers help maintain a calm, harmonious workplace.
  • Their direct reports ask for their help in working through problems.
DISC Si Drained

DISC Type Si personality types feel drained at work when...

  • They need to work alone.
  • Their boss requires them to produce and analyze results.
  • Their peers don’t invite them to events.
  • Their direct reports are withdrawn or overly independent.

Counselors generally enjoy cooperation and harmony and fit will in jobs where they can frequently give and receive verbal affirmation.

DISC Si Common Jobs

Common jobs for people with the DISC type Si personality

  • Teacher
  • Professor
  • Financial Advisor
  • Ministry
  • Client Services Manager
  • Director of Partnerships
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Therapist
  • Counselor
  • Executive Assistant
  • Customer Success and Support

DISC Type Si Personality Relationships (Professional)

Counselors can help those who are more work-driven and autonomous understand the benefit of building genuine relationships with others. When working with another S-type, it is important that they learn to address and work through sources of conflict.

DISC Si Working With

DISC Type Si personality types tend to work well with others who...

  • Remain open to others’ ideas
  • Enjoy taking the time to socialize
  • Avoid causing unnecessary conflict

 

DISC Si Obstacles

DISC Type Si personality types may hit obstacles in professional relationships when they...

  • Refuse to confront significant problems
  • Keep people on the team who aren’t right for the job
  • Struggle to keep certain messages clear and concise

DISC Type Si Personality Relationships (Romantic)

Counselors can be warm, supportive partners. When in a relationship with another steady personality, it is important that they work to openly talk through their problems.

DISC Si Romantic Strengths

In a romantic relationship, the DISC type Si personality brings strengths like...

  • Listening attentively to their partner
  • Desiring to build a deep, strong relationship
  • Constantly encouraging and helping their partner
DISC Si Romantic Weaknessess

In romantic relationships, DISC type Si personality types may have trouble...

  • Working through disagreements
  • Not taking conflict personally
  • Comfortably allowing their partner to take time to be alone

Related Personality Types

Below are the Enneagram and Myers-Briggs types that are similar to DISC Type Si. 

Enneagram Type 2, 4, or 9

Myers-Briggs INFJ, ENFJ, ESFP, or ISFP

You can find your DISC, Enneagram, and Myers-Briggs types by taking Crystal's free personality test.


DISC Type Si Personality Slide Show

Click through the slides below to learn more about Sis:


Or watch the video:


Are you a DISC Type Si? Take the DISC Assessment to see

Select the word that most describes you and the word that least describes you. Once you complete the DISC assessment below, you'll be able to see your DISC type.