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Personality Style at Work Online Assessment Credit

This credit registers you for one individual use of the Personality Style at Work Online Assessment to a participant of your choice. You'll need to purchase one credit per participant. After your order is processed, you'll receive an email that contains a link to complete the assessment.
Code: CR158
Category: Online Assessments
£39.05 excl VAT

Includes 1 credit for this online assessment.

You will need to purchase 1 credit per individual participant.

Sophisticated Design — Simple Language — Profound Results

Personality Style at Work (PSAW) is HRDQ's latest and most statistically accurate assessment. It's a simple, but highly effective tool that measures both the core behaviours that make-up an individual's style and the lens through which they choose to navigate their world. Certification is not required to administer the assessment, making it a more accessible tool than others of its type.

A cursory internet search will reveal dozens of assessments and instruments for helping people understand the fundamental traits and characteristics of their personality. Indeed, the continued and widespread use of personality assessments stresses their significance as tools for learning and development. While knowing your personality is important—it's also just one piece of the development puzzle. Assessments that spell out a little more than a horoscope of traits and tendencies or a maze of acronyms and labels do not effect lasting change. It is important to learn how to put that knowledge to use in order to form a complete picture of yourself—results that lead to this level of perception call for precise and refined self-evaluation.

At the foundation of each of the four personality styles—Direct, Considerate, Spirited, and Systematic—is a set of three drivers that guide our actions, decisions, and general life approach. Delving even deeper into the framework of personality is a look at the lens of expressiveness and assertiveness—the learned behaviours that we use as a means of coping with the demands and expectations placed upon us and which help to explain how we can appear to have one personality at work and another in our personal life.

Assessment Contents:

• Personalised, Full-colour Report
• Your Core Profile
• Four Personality Styles
• Dimensions of Style: Assertiveness and Expressiveness
• Drivers of Style
• Your Personality Style Preferences
• Interacting with Other Personality Styles
• Applying What You've Learned.

Personality Style at Work is accessible through HRDQ's online assessment portal (account required). A version for individual use is also available. The assessment takes approximately 10 - 15 minutes to complete. Individuals respond to 94 different items designed to help them identify their behavioral preferences, shedding light on how they react to and interact with the world around them. Most statements ask them to respond by indicating the frequency with which they approach, think about, or act in the way described. Each response is scored and used to generate a Core Profile identifying an individual's personality style and the implications of this style when completing tasks, working with others, and most importantly, how others are to likely see them. Included in the Core Profile are numerous tips and techniques for building rapport, and optimizing relationships and interactions with other styles. The report concludes with a section on using the information in PSAW to create a personal action and development plan.

Learning Outcomes

• Identify a preference for one of four primary personality styles.

• Reveal the degree to which you practice the three drivers or motivators of each style.

• Discover the effects of assertiveness and expressiveness on your style.

• Learn the core preferences and behaviors of all four styles

• Understand how to flex or adapt your style to meet the preferences of others.

Products specifications
Format Online Assessment
Objective Not only to help better understand ourselves, but to help better understand those around us
Time Required 10 to 15 minutes
Author Derek T.Y. Mann, Ph.D.