When you need a quick, yet accurate, means of helping others to understand their personal style and its impacts, you need Personal Style Mirror.
Personal Style Mirror is based on two ‘Jungian Dimensions’ that are used in other well-known instruments. These are Sensor-Intuitor (SN) and Feeler-Thinker (FT) and provides the basis for the PSM. Having completed the self-scoring questionnaire, the user is able to explore his/her style and begin to understand the accompanying strengths and weaknesses.
PSM has been widely tested and provides the consultant, trainer and facilitator with an easy to use style instrument that is quick and accurate. To help with transferring learning, PSM includes a mini ‘case-study’ on diagnosing others styles and an Action Plan. These can be used as part of your session design or developed into follow-on activities for participants.
The PSM Facilitator Guide provides comprehensive information on how to get the best from the instrument, including interpretation of scores. It includes helpful background on personal styles and presentational materials.
|Attribute name||Attribute value|
|AUDIENCE||All organisation members|
|TIME REQUIRED||10-15 minutes to complete and score|
|AUTHOR||John Nicholls, Ph.D.|