The Importance of Expressiveness and Assertiveness in the Workplace

Posted by HRDQ on 02/28/2019 to Personality Style
Learning About Personality Style Everyone has degrees of expressiveness and assertiveness in the workplace. Being able to identify where you are on the scale and how your personality and body language are impacting those around you will help with navigating the workplace. Employees should consider their own personality and the personality style of others around them to contribute to a more positive work environment.
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Getting to Know Your Personal Style

Posted by HRDQ on 09/06/2018 to Personality Style
Your Unique Personal Style Can be Revealed Your personal style is something that reveals who you really are. It’s important to have self-understanding in order to learn, grow, and get along with others. But being able to objectively look at yourself and determine what your style is can be challenging. Sometimes some extra help is needed.
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Learn More About Your Personality Style

Posted by HRDQ on 08/29/2018 to Personality Style
Download the free info kit for a closer look at behaviors Knowing your personality style is the key to understanding yourself better and working with others more effectively.  
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Learn What Four Things Your Personality Reveals

Posted by HRDQ on 08/27/2018 to Personality Style
Personality Styles are Important to Understand Your personality reveals many things about yourself that you may not realize. It’s important to know your own personality style, which will help you in both your professional and personal life. Your personality style can help you further understand yourself and lead you in communicating and working more effectively with others.
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How to Understand Yourself Better

Posted by HRDQ on 08/23/2018 to Personality Style
Get to Know Your Personality Style Being able to understand yourself and your own feelings is essential to be able to learn and grow in life – both personally and professionally. Assessing one’s own personality style helps people understand their own thoughts and feelings and allows them to relate to others better.
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The Importance of Assertiveness and Expressiveness

Posted by HRDQ on 07/30/2018 to Personality Style
Personality Styles Are Important Today For thousands of years, people have been asking the question, “What’s the deal with me?”
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Successful communication styles starts with knowing your personality style

What is   communication style? When asked many people think of two or more people engaged in conversation. But communication is a multifaceted series of actions and interpretations, simultaneously more complex and simple than conversation. Four different forms of communication are verbal, paraverbal, body language, and the use of personal space. All four forms send messages to other people. 
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Playing Up Your Style for Better Communication

Ask anyone in an organization and it won’t take much for them to identify a coworker they feel they work well with and another they find challenging. The reasoning behind this has a lot to do with personality styles, after all, some combinations are more complementary than others. If your organization wants to make meaningful improvements to their relationships, there’s no better place to start than personality style. It’s the foundation of interpersonal skills development, and vital to effective communication.
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What Your Personality Style Says About You

Posted by HRDQ on 02/19/2018 to Personality Style
Improve Work With a Personality Style Assessment Personality style affects our interactions with others, and it is important in several aspects of organizational and personal life. People with different styles have different priorities and func­tion at different paces. These differences can create problems if they remain under the surface. If Joe is slow and thorough and Jane is fast and decisive, their working relationship will be stressful unless they are aware of each other’s preferences. Knowledge of personality styles prevents misinterpretation and frustration.
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