Charley McColpin

About Me

My name is Charley McColpin and I am a junior at Robinson High School. I am also a member of the 2020-2021 Crawford County CEO. Some things I like about CEO are the way classes are run and the other classmates I get to spend time with. I made a lot of new friends and everyone is surprisingly well to get along with. I enjoy talking freely in class about my ideas and listening to others talk about their ideas. When it comes to our businesses and other projects we talk about ideas and make a plan to get things done. We accomplish so much as a team and it's a great learning experience! Another thing I like so far is the DISC assessment, after going over everyone's DISC scores the whole class was more alive and we all started relating to each other and it was a lot of fun.






DISC Characteristics

  • You like to carefully weigh the pros and cons on important issues before forming an opinion. • When you lead, you tend to do so by doing, not by delegating. • Unless completely wrong, you prefer to support decisions made by others rather than argue or disagree. • You may sometimes hesitate to share opinions on divisive topics with the team. • You may be prone to avoiding difficult decisions, and this can create delays. • You can be overly self-critical of your ability on certain issues or tasks.
  • • You can easily interact with others. • You like a balance of working alone and working with a team. • You are able to balance working alone and working in a group very easily. • Expressing more enthusiasm might help you connect with others more. • For really important tasks, you may prefer to work alone without too much involvement from others. • Make sure to encourage others in a more vocal or open way.
  • You are very loyal when it comes to existing operating procedures. • You are very predictable, in a good way. You're always there, ready to pitch in, and complete the assignment. • You're always willing to help out in a pressure situation, even if you don't really want to. • Increasing your sense of urgency could benefit your performance significantly. • You require significant time to adjust to change. • You are always seen as cool, calm, and collected on the outside (whether that is true on the inside or not).
  • You are a bottom-line oriented person who dislikes fluff and just wants the facts and data. • You are known as an accurate fact-finder by others. • You can be seen as something of a perfectionist by others, especially in what you expect of yourself. • You tend to approach new ideas and directions with skepticism and caution. • You expect high quality control and accuracy in all that you do or with anything you are involved with. • You are most likely seen as being more resistant to change than others.