This selection of products includes inventories, assessments, workshops and other resources designed to identify different personal styles and how participants can self-manage in order achieve the most effective impact. Each product has its own comprehensive Facilitator Guide.
These resources will help your participants ’look in the mirror’, then develop the skills and style flexibility needed to be more effective as a leader, a manager, an influencer and a team member.
This credit registers you for one individual use of the Personality Style at Work Online Assessment to a participant of your choice. You'll need to purchase one credit per participant. After your order is processed, you'll receive an email that contains a link to complete the assessment.
The condensed yet no less impactful version of the Personal Style Indicator (PSI). With 12 pages instead of the PSI's 20 pages, it is written at a Grade 6 reading level and it is easy to administer to students as young as 14.
Personality style is an integral part of many training sessions. This assessment makes identifying and understanding personal style easy. Based on Carl Jung’s theory of psychological types, the PSI has helped thousands of people answer the question, 'Why do I act the way I do?'
Identify your inherent personal style as it relates to people, tasks, time, and situations. Understand self and others more clearly. Improve communications. Increase your success in all relationships at work and at home. ALSO ONLINE*.
This collection of 20 fast and fun training exercises uses such methods as self-reflection and role play to illustrate how personality style impacts key skills such as team-building, communication, coaching, sales, and time-management
A carefully crafted personality measure designed to give individuals guidance about their psychological (Jungian) type using the sixteen types (INTJ, ENTP, etc.) first presented by Carl Jung. The focus is on providing individuals themselves, their managers and those who train them, with an understanding of personality and its effect on performance both inside and beyond the workplace.
Developed to help individuals assess their interpersonal influence style. The model upon which the inventory statements are based is an assertive behaviour model. This model suggests that 2 sets of behaviours create 4 behavioural mixes. One set of behaviour is related to an individual’s degree of openness or candor. Another set of behaviours is related to an individual’s degree of consideration for another or others. ALSO ONLINE*.
Identify your inherent entrepreneurial strengths and difficulties. Compare your character traits to those of other successful entrepreneurs. Learn specific ways to enhance entrepreneurial effectiveness and success. ALSO ONLINE*.
This 52-page self-scoring instrument includes comprehensive interpretative notes to help participants understand their scores and develop influencing strategies by demonstrating how appropriate style matches provide better results.