Abby Bradbury

About Me

My name is Abby Bradbury and I am attending CEO. I live in Oblong, IL with my parents and two sisters. I work at Walmart in the OGP (Online Grocery Pickup) department. I used to work in the CAP 2 department, but I thought it was best for me to switch to OGP. CAP 2 workers normally stocked the shelves and worked late hours. I also attend Oblong High School and Lincoln Trail College. On my spare time I like to watch TV and spend time with family.  I also like to stretch and meditate because it relaxes me and helps with my stress and anxiety.






DISC Characteristics

  • Sometimes you demand too much of yourself. • You think it is important to have some time to evaluate options before acting. • You are quite self-critical of yourself and demand a lot out of yourself. • You like to think things through before acting. • You are open to deferring to others for decisions when they have voiced a stronger opinion. • You may be hesitant to share your opinion with others if the topic is divisive or hotly contested.
  • • Make sure to encourage others in a more vocal or open way. • You are able to balance working alone and working in a group very easily. • Expressing more enthusiasm might help you connect with others more. • You can easily interact with others. • For really important tasks, you may prefer to work alone without too much involvement from others. • Your amicable approach means you may be hard to really "read."
  • • You are always seen as cool, calm, and collected on the outside (whether that is true on the inside or not). • You possess excellent listening skills – some of the best. • You're not great at letting things go (e.g., original decisions, long held beliefs, etc). • You are very loyal when it comes to existing operating procedures. • You require significant time to adjust to change. • You like having a strong identification or connection with the group, organization, or mission
  • You prefer a neat and clean work environment. • You like to use a lot of detail when explaining processes and tasks to others. • When you disagree, you may express your resistance in a passive-aggressive manner. • You are somewhat restrained in expressing emotions. • You may be perceived as somewhat resistant to change. • You like to work in an environment that is very precise and more structured.