Skylar Bainter

About Me

Hi, I am Skylar Bainter. I am a senior at Western High School. I enjoy playing softball, basketball, volleyball, and hanging out with friends. After I graduate high school, I plan on attending a four year university to obtain my degree in the medical field.  I joined CEO to better enhance my communication skills, along with getting to see the work of all the local businesses.






DISC Characteristics

  • Your patience is likely not great and you can become impatient when things don't happen quickly enough for you. • You are always interested in new approaches and new ways of doing things. • You prefer a minimum of direct supervision or control over your actions. • You are pretty competitive in the things you do on both the personal and professional side. • You can be quick about your decisions when time is short and need is high. • You like challenging assignments that require you to work out of your comfort zone.
  • People may find you charming to meet and to converse with on a variety of topics. • You prefer working in a social environment rather than one that is remote or isolated. • You appreciate an open-door policy with both peers and supervisors. • You tend to be generous with your time in helping others. • You present yourself in a poised manner to both small or large groups of people. • You prefer an environment with ample people contact
  • • You're always willing to help out in a pressure situation, even if you don't really want to. • You are very loyal when it comes to existing operating procedures. • You desire a high level of structure and order. • Increasing your sense of urgency could benefit your performance significantly. • You like having a strong identification or connection with the group, organization, or mission. • Even in the midst of chaos or high tensions, you are usually very cool, calm, and serene (or at least you are perceived as such on the outside).
  • To you, the end usually justifies the means. • To you, rules are guidelines, not concrete. • You are fine with change when it is clear how it will improve efficiency. • You prefer to act as your "own person" rather than follow the norm. • You may be perceived as being non-committal by some when it comes to deciding on how to proceed. • You like taking your own way to the results