Jeffrey Goble

About Me

Hello my name is Jeffrey Goble and I am a senior at Robinson High School.  I wanted to join CEO because I am thinking about making my own business in the future.  Some of the things I like to do in my off time is fishing, cooking, hunting, and playing sports.  I play Basketball, football, and track and field in high school.  I’ve been playing basketball and football since I was younger.  This is my first year doing track and field.  






DISC Characteristics

  • • You are a calculated risk-taker, but only after you have had sufficient time to consider all potential outcomes. • Under high pressure, you may become somewhat indecisive or resistant to making a very quick decision. • You are quite self-critical of yourself and demand a lot out of yourself. • You think it is important to have some time to evaluate options before acting. • You prefer a culture that allows ample time for analysis of new ideas before implementation takes place. • You are open to deferring to others for decisions when they have voiced a stronger opinion.
  • You tend to naturally trust others and their ideas. • You like to have an open-door policy with both peers and supervisors. • Sometimes you can express your opinion too much. • You are sociable and outgoing with others. • You strongly prefer a democratic and not dictatorial professional environment or relationships. • You make an effective coach or counselor for others on the team.
  • • You are very patient in working with a wide variety of people. • You can be quite resistant to change. • You're not great at letting things go (e.g., original decisions, long held beliefs, etc). • You possess excellent listening skills – some of the best. • You prefer an environment that allows for lots of consistency, dependability and structure. • You desire a high level of structure and order.
  • • You are flexible enough to work with or without a lot of structure or order. • You are practical and realistic. • You might be perceived as a bit of a rule-bender by some on the team. • While you appreciate a need for procedures and protocol, you also understand they must be practical and directly support results. • You are fine with change when it is clear how it will improve efficiency. • To you, the end usually justifies the means.