Use Personal Style Indicator to Build Trust and Relationship, for Leadership skills development and overall for Personal Development.
Every person is born with a specific Personal Style. The PSI equips its users to live life intentionally.
The Online Personal Style Indicator (PSI) is a powerful communication and learning tool. Completely self-administered the PSI helps you discover your natural preferences towards time, people, tasks, and situations. People identify their specific PSI style pattern(s), which assists them to instantly understand their strengths and potential challenges so they can be more effective at work and at home.
There are several advantages to the online version. Your scores are calculated automatically to determine which of the 21 PSI style pattern(s) apply to you. Most individuals complete the Online PSI in just a few minutes.
It is mobile friendly and the results are stored so they can be used in multiple different ways. You can even have the group complete the assessment in a session on their phone. As the system adds up all the responses and produces the completed summary of your responses it saves on calculation time and avoids calculation errors. You can forward or print your report as required.
The Online PSI includes all the content of the print-based assessment plus the PSI In-Depth Interpretations that reflect your specific results. Your results are stored in your very own Individual Learning Center where you can view, print, or forward (email) them to anyone at any time. The Online PSI can also be completed as part of any Corporate Learning Center (CLC) and stored for use by that individual, group, or organization.
The Online PSI is a powerful option that enhances any virtual support, coaching, career, training, and/or educational process.
Use the PSI to:
• Improve Relationships
• Build Teams
• Build Trust
• Improve Communication
• Lead Effectively
• Clarify Responsibilities.
Use it for:
• Potential Employees
• Partners' Business and Personal
All organisational members
10 minutes to complete + discussion time
Terry Anderson, Ph.D. with Everett T. Robinson, M.A. and Ken Keis, M.B.A.