Background: The personality factor can detect a person's counterproductive behavior. Certain personality types determine a person's work style and the limitations and weaknesses of his performance. One tool used to detect personality types related to work style is the DISC personality model. This study aims to determine the behavioral type of nurses based on the DISC application.
Methods: This research used mixed methods. Research design begins with data collection and analysis using quantitative procedures, then continues with data collection and analysis. Quantitative approaches through descriptive analysis implemented a behavioral scale counterproductive and DISC personality profile using the DISC application. The DISC app helps organizations describe personality information, make decisions, and interact with team members and other stakeholders.
Results: Characteristics of respondents at Klaten Hospital consisted of 58.8% of respondents aged 20-40 and 41.2% of respondents aged 41.2%. From several respondents, it can be seen that the respondents' behavior is dominant and conscientiousness, with the overall scores, obtained being 38% and 35%. While the scores for the characteristics of influence and stability are 17% and 10%, respectively.
Conclusions: Most nurses had dominant and conscientious personalities. The results came from four behavioral dimensions (dominance, influence, steadiness, and conscientiousness).