Stable profiles are associated with the color green: calm, grass, nature etc.
They are at the bottom right of the disc, meaning they are people-oriented like Influential profiles, but introverted.
One difference between Stable and Influential profiles in their relation to others is that Stable profiles genuinely
like people, whereas Influentials are more interested in the communication process.
Stable profiles speak quietly.
It is often necessary to ask them to speak up on the telephone.
Their contributions are rare but relevant.
They require silence and when they speak up in meetings, the other participants pipe down.
Stable profiles can’t stand stress.
At the opposite end of the spectrum to Dominants who are always on the go and who feel the need for things to move fast,
Stable profiles need time to process information before they can react.
Pressuring a stable profile may incapacitate them.
Stable profiles put other people before themselves.
Mother Teresa or a man who is a good father typically have this profile.
They can’t say no when asked for help and would do anything to come in aid to those close to them.
Stable profiles act in a calm and moderate fashion.
They are even-tempered.
They speak without raising their voices or gesturing with their hands, which remain on the table or in their pockets.
They show no particular reaction to stress, although it bothers them profoundly.
Stable profiles are humble.
They don’t like being singled out or receiving public compliments.
It’s better to congratulate them in private.
However, they appreciate their team being complimented and praised openly.
Stable profiles can react violently.
Calm and helpful, they tend to keep to themselves criticisms or situations they don’t appreciate.
But keeping things in means they stock negative energy.
This means increased stress or a simple comment from a team or a family member can make them explode.
Just like the straw that broke the camel’s back!
Stable profiles can explode completely.
When they lose their temper, everything comes out at once, making for a disproportionate reaction.
They will probably regret saying things they didn’t really mean.
People can thus end up in conflict with a Stable profile for something banal, without realizing that their
reaction has been generated by multiple sources of professional and/or personal tension.