The theory behind What’s My Style? is based on the proven personality theories of Marston and Jung, the model identifies two basic dimensions of personal style: Assertiveness and Expressiveness. Assertiveness is the effort a person makes to influence or control the thoughts or actions of others. Expressiveness is the effort that a person makes to control his or her emotions and feelings when relating to others. Combining the two dimensions results in a four-quadrant model with four unique personal styles: Direct, Spirited, Considerate, and Systematic. The simplicity of the HRDQ Style Model is easy for trainers to facilitate and memorable for employees and managers to apply.
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What's My Style? is a quick and memorable learning instrument that’s appropriate for everyone in your organisation. By responding to a simple 18-item inventory, participants will learn their preference for one of four basic behavioural styles, how a preferred style affects behaviour, and how to capitalise on strengths/combat weaknesses to create greater success in their lives.
• Pinpoint one of four style preferences
• Discover how style affects behaviour
• Recognise the strengths and weaknesses of each style
• Learn how to interact with different styles.
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