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What's My Communication Style? - Self Assessment

What's My Communication Style? - Self Assessment
What's My Communication Style? - Self Assessment
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Self Assessment Table of Contents:

  • 24-item assessment with pressure-sensitive response form
  • Taking and Scoring the Assessment
  • Determining Your Communication Style Profile
  • Four Types of Communication
  • Two Dimensions of Communication Style
  • Communication Style Strengths
  • Communication Style Trouble Spots
  • Interacting with Other Communication Styles
  • Applying What You’ve Learned

What's My Communication Style? - Communication Style Assessment

Includes 1 print assessment. Order one Self Assessment for each individual. Quantity discounts available.

Effective communication can improve just about every aspect of your life. It’s an especially valuable tool in business, where 70% of small to mid-size companies claim poor communication is their main problem. That kind of breakdown has led to communication being touted as the top skill employers are looking for in potential hires today.

In order to improve your ability to communicate effectively with others, you must first identify and understand your own dominant communication style. To do that, we invite you or your team to try our communication style assessment: What’s My Communication Style? This self-assessment takes around 10 minutes to complete, and helps tally up the various communication attributes that define your own personal style.

Our communication styles assessment works by asking you to respond to 24 different items relating to both verbal and non-verbal communication. Throughout the assessment, you’ll have to select statements that best reflect your preferred way of communicating. Each response is taken into account to provide you with an overall summary that correlates with one of four dominant communication styles:

This type of communicator gets to the point when speaking, but could probably use some work to build better listening skills. While usually employing a firm handshake, the Direct communicator also maintains a safe distance with personal space, makes bold movements, and creates the type of workspace that suggests power.
If you move quickly, preside over a cluttered workspace, and are a good storyteller, you’re likely a Spirited communicator. This type of person typically doesn’t mind getting a little close with personal space and offers handshakes enthusiastically. Careful though, because Spirited people also tend not to pay too much attention to details.
Perhaps you would rather keep opinions to yourself, are always there to lend a helpful ear, and move in a slow, but deliberate manner? In that case, you’re probably a Considerate communicator. These folks are also strategic with personal space, keep many photos at their desk, and are quick to offer a measured, but gentle handshake.
If personal contact isn’t really your thing, you might be a Systematic communicator. These types of communicators seeks facts when listening and are very precise when speaking. Their movements are controlled, their desks are organized, and their handshakes tend to be short, but polite.

As part of the bestselling HRDQ Style Series, What's My Communication Style? is more than a fun quiz to decipher how your self-expression can be perceived by others (although it can definitely be that!) Our communication style assessment is a stepping stone to better self-understanding, and a beneficial tool whether you’re a CEO at a large organization, a college student, a member of a marketing team, or someone who’s just looking to expand their soft skills for personal reasons.

The full What's My Communication Style? program also follows the HDRQ’s trusted Experiential Learning Model. Through the Experiential Learning Model, participants are taught via practice and activities the seven different stages of learning: Focusing, Experiencing, Reflecting, Thinking, Modifying, Applying, and Integrating. For instance, through the program’s facilitator, participants are able to focus on the concept of personality style. The communication style assessment then allows participants to experience taking inventory of their individual style, reflect and think about the overall style model, and so forth. HRDQ strongly believes experiential games, simulations, and feedback instruments can be incredibly useful for learning skills pertaining to communication, leadership, teamwork, conflict resolution, and more.

Our communication styles assessment is also highly adaptable and can integrate easily as a piece of a larger training program. It gives users a powerful tool for identifying strengths and weaknesses in their own communication style, while laying a strong foundation on which to build future success.

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