Supportive Disposition students need small group spaces that provide room to talk and discuss. They thrive in atmospheres that are interactive, cooperative, and fair. They love personal attention and focus on values and team spirit. They often “get in trouble” for talking too much.
College students with Supportive Dispositions can increase learning effectiveness by seeking out group discussions, group study, and cooperative assignments.
Do you know adults who have the Supportive Disposition? They bring harmony, cooperation, and sensitivity to a situation through discussion and talking things out. In the workplace, Supportive Dispositions thrive when their jobs involve interacting with people, discussing, and helping with problem issues. For example, they are perfect for customer service or human resources!