What's My Team Member Style Online Assessment

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Part of HRDQ's best-selling Style Suite, What's My Team Member Style is a team-building assessment that identifies team member personality style and develops the interpersonal skills needed for effective teamwork.

Easy to use and easy to apply, the assessment measures team member preferences for one or more basic behavioral styles: direct, spirited, considerate, and systematic. What's My Team Member Style also includes a feedback component that gives individuals a sense of how others view them. Combining the Paper Assessment with peer perceptions enables individuals to understand their behavior better, learn how to adapt it to improve interpersonal relationships, develop rapport, and, ultimately, become more effective team members.

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How It Works

What’s My Team Member Style is designed to help individuals identify how they behave on their team, capitalize on their strengths, and learn how to interact effectively with their team members.

The What's My Team Member Style assessment starts with an 18-item inventory that takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. Each item is a pair of statements relating to team member behavior. With a limit of five points, assessment-takers distribute points between two statements in each pair – indicating the degree to which they feel each statement describes their behavior.

Scoring the assessment reveals "My Team Member Style Profile" and a dominant preference for one or more four personal styles: direct, spirited, considerate, and systematic. In addition to the self-assessment, the What's My Team Member Style Feedback Form allows individuals to gauge how they are perceived by others on their team.

Uses and Applications

What's My Team Member Style is appropriate for anyone to use for both personal and management development. The assessment can be used as a standalone training assessment, or it can be incorporated into a more comprehensive team building training program.

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify personal team member style
  • Understand how to capitalize on style strengths and improve trouble spots
  • Identify the styles of fellow teammates
  • Plan how to take full advantage of the team's mix of styles
  • Realize how one is perceived by team members through peer feedback

Also see the classroom version of this assessment.