Personal Style Inventory - Scoring Form

Personal Style Inventory - Scoring Form - Personal...

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Personal Inventory I prefer: Score 1a making decisions after finding out what others think 1b making decisions without consulting others 2a being called imaginative or intuitive 2b being called factual and accurate 3a making decisions about people in organizations based on available data and systematic analysis of situations 3b making decisions about people in organizations based on empathy, feelings, and understanding their needs and values 4a allowing commitments to occur if others want to make them 4b pushing for definite commitments to ensure that they are made 5a quiet, thoughtful time alone 5b active, energetic time with people 6a using methods I know well that are effective to get the job done 6b trying to think of new methods of doing tasks when confronted with them 7a drawing conclusions based on un- emotional logic and careful step-by- analysis 7b drawing conclusions based on what I feel and believe about life and people from past experiences 8a avoiding making deadlines 8b setting a schedule and sticking to it
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2010 for the course HDF 322 taught by Professor Kitt during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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