On St, Patrick’s Day, everyone is Irish. It’s not really about ethnicity or religion – it’s about finding things that are special and unique in us and in others, and celebrating them. It’s about being aware and appreciative of differences.
On St. Patrick’s Day, everyone incorporates the good, fun parts of the signifier “Irish” into their own behavior. In the same regard, we can all flex our personality style to incorporate positive aspects of other styles into our behavior in situations that call for them.
Teams and organizations are made up of personalities. Successful teams and organizations are conscious of the different strengths and weaknesses of these personalities, and understand that behavior is a choice.
By helping your team understand their own behavioral tendencies, you’ll encourage them to recognize and develop their special, unique strengths while appreciating the strengths of others.
The HRDQ Style Model is based on the understanding that everyone has inherent tendencies – a personality style – and that no style is fundamentally better or worse than any other. Measuring the expressiveness (desire to share thoughts and feelings with others) and assertiveness (desire to influence others) of individuals, HRDQ Style Assessments reveal a personality style based on individuals’ response to statements regarding interpersonal behavior.
Offering eight different assessments targeted towards varying soft skill sets, the HRDQ Style Series is your tool for building healthy and productive workplace relationships. On their own, or as part of broader training on related topics, HRDQ Style Assessments are an effective foundation for a variety of soft-skills training topics, including communication, leadership, team building, and supervisory skills.