Behavioral Style Assessment – IAHI General Manager Academy

Behavioral Style Assessment – IAHI General Manager Academy

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Behavioral Style Assessment – HTM 100 One of the best ways to “read” the behavioral styles of others is to first identify your own. In doing so, you will improve your managerial and leadership skills. In the chart below, you will find a list of “Indirect” and “Direct” behaviors that are exhibited by human beings. Read each set of behavioral descriptions and check the one that best describes your behavior. For example, do you tend to “avoid risks” or “take risks?” If you tend to “take risks” them you would place a check next to the box provided. Remember, one is not “better” than the other; this is simply a way to begin developing the skill of reading the behavioral style of yourself and others. Check here if this behavior best describes you “Indirect Behaviors” or “Direct Behaviors” Check here if this behavior best describes you I tend to be slower paced or I tend to be faster paced. I tend to listen more than talk. or I tend to talk more than listen. I am reluctant to directly express my
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