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What’s My Communication Style – Free Personality Test – Start Now
Find out how you come across to others. We all communicate in different ways. This is a Personality Test, NOT a quiz so you’ll receive real and meaningful results. You’ll discover how you naturally come across, what’s good and what’s bad about your natural communication style, why you get on with some people better than others and how to adapt your style to help you look and feel more confident.
This Personality Test identifies four distinctive communication styles; you’ll find out where you naturally lean. In other words which style or styles you display the traits of most when you’re communicating.
There’s no ‘best’ or ‘worst’ communication style and there are no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answers … so you can’t do ‘badly’. Some people score high in one or perhaps two of the styles, others find that their scores are distributed across all four styles. Everyone’s different.
This free personality test is useful for work and socially. Find out your natural communication style now.
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What’s My Assertiveness Style?
Ever wondered why sometimes people just don’t seem to be listening to you? Or, are you a ‘Yes’ person who struggles to say No when you know you should?
Take this Personality Test to find out just how assertive you are. Some people discover they come across aggressively without realising it, others are too passive and give in too easily, even when they know they’re right. But what about you?
If you’re truly assertive you’ve found that critical balance between stating your own case and taking account of the views of others. You acknowledge that your own needs, wants and rights are equally as important as the other person’s but you don’t overstate this. You know how to be diplomatic.
This Test will give you some real and meaningful results; find out how making small changes to your assertiveness style can make a huge difference.
What’s my Conflict Style?
We all have our instinctive way of behaving when we’re in an argument or disagree with someone. What about you? Do you avoid the person or face them head on? This Personality Test will reveal your natural conflict style. It will show you new ways of dealing with disagreements. Discover why you sometimes struggle to resolve conflict and what’s good and not so good about your instinctive conflict style. Find out how adapting your style, just a touch, can make a massive difference.
The Test identifies three instinctive conflict styles that people tend to orientate towards. There’s no ‘best’ or ‘worst’ style so you can’t do well or badly. Once you’ve found out your natural conflict style, you can learn when best to use it or when to adapt it. You’ll also discover how to use the other conflict styles when it makes sense.
This Personality Test will help you deal more confidently with conflict or disagreement that arises either at work or in your personal life.
The Think Confidence Reality Check
The Reality Check is a Personality Test with a difference. It’s a simple and easy way to find out how other people really perceive you. You can invite friends, colleagues and relations to complete the questionnaire on you. It works because it’s anonymous. You won’t know who said what about you – that way, people can give feedback openly and honestly.
Find out everything from peoples’ first impression of you to whether they think you’re dependable. Discover how people see you in terms of the way you come across, your body language, your character, your personal style and approach to life, how you cope with conflict and your confidence levels.
How it works…
It’s simple – you invite friends, work colleagues, family members, anyone who knows you well, to complete the questionnaire on you. The more people you invite the better. We suggest a minimum of 5, that way you’ll get some really meaningful feedback.
The questionnaire should only take people a few minutes to complete. It’s simple and straightforward with multiple choice answers to questions.
We guarantee that all the replies remain anonymous so you won’t know who said what about you (and nor will anyone else).
Once we’ve received the completed questionnaires back, we collate them into your personal report. Only you will be able to view the results. You will get a true insight into how others perceive you.
How Positive Am I?
Not sure where you stand here? Take this Personality Test and discover if you’re generally a positive or negative thinker. Is your negativity stopping you moving forward? Are you stuck in your tracks? Do you continually see the down side or do you just get on with things? Find out by taking this quick Personality Test and then get some great tips on being more positive.
Positive thinking is a state of mind. It’s a mental attitude that helps to steer you towards thoughts and actions that are conducive to self-belief and confidence. It’s proven that people who demonstrate a strong mental attitude and positive mindset anticipate and look forward to fulfilment and happiness.
What Motivates Me?
Do you know what really drives you? If you’re refuelling with the wrong type of fuel, you’ll break your engine!
If you want to perform to your best, you need to know what makes you tick. Some people are motivated by change, others prefer the status quo. Some need the support of others around them while others value independence. Some strive continually to learn, others are happy with the knowledge they have. But where do you stand?
Are you getting what you need to feel motivated and enthusiastic? This Personality Test will help you find out. Discover what drives you and get some great tips on boosting your motivation levels.
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Am I A Good Listener?Can you listen attentively or do you lose concentration within minutes, even seconds of a conversation starting? It’s important to listen. You’ll know what it feels like when someone isn’t listening to you … not great.
Good listeners stay focused, capture peoples’ message clearly and help the person who’s speaking by giving outward signs of acknowledgement by using supportive body language. Do you do all these things naturally? Not sure?
This Personality Test will tell you if your listening skills are up to scratch. You’ll also get some great practical tips and advice on what you can do straightaway to improve.
How Effective Am I?
Some people rush around and think they’re achieving a lot. Others are more laid back and in fact achieve just as much, if not more! Neither approach is ‘best’ or most effective. Both have their strengths and both have their traits to watch out for.
So what do you tend to do? What’s your approach to managing your time and could you achieve more by tweaking it? Most people can.
This Personality Test will tell you what you tend to do and how you could be more effective.
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