What's My Style Online Assessment

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Part of HRDQ's best-selling Style Suite, What's My Style is a personality style assessment for management development training. Individuals will identify personality style, improve their people skills, learn how personality drives behavior, and improve interpersonal interactions.

By responding to a simple 18-item inventory, participants will be able to learn their preference for one of four basic behavioral styles, see how a preferred style affects behavior, and discover how to capitalize on strengths and combat weaknesses to create greater success in their lives.

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How It Works

The purpose of What’s My Style is to help participants capitalize on the strengths and limit the weaknesses of their personality styles.
What's My Style starts with a style assessment in which individuals are given 18 pairs of adjectives. With a limit of five points, learners distribute points between the two adjectives in each pair – indicating the degree to which they feel the word describes their behavior. Completion of this assessment takes approximately 10-minutes, and scoring the assessment reveals a dominant preference for one or more four personal styles:
  1. Spirited
  2. Direct
  3. Considerate
  4. Systematic

Uses and Applications

What's My Style is appropriate for anyone to use for both personal and management development. The style assessment can be used as a standalone training assessment, or it can be incorporated into a more comprehensive training program. It makes an effective foundation component for a variety of soft skills training topics, including:

  • Communication
  • Leadership
  • Team building
  • Supervisory skills

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this assessment, participants will:

  • Pinpoint one of four style preferences
  • Discover how style affects behavior
  • Recognize the strengths and weaknesses of each style
  • Learn how to interact with different styles

Also see the classroom version of this assessment.