The following exercise will help you identify your dominant behavior style. It is important
to understand that your behavior style could (and most likely) change based on different incidents. However,
for the purpose of this exercise, answer the questions the best you can based on normal activities.
Answer these questions as honestly as you can. If you think more than one applies to you, just try
to pick the one that most applies to you.


Personality
Outgoing
Dominating
Easygoing
No-Nonsense
Personality Style
People – Oriented
Results – Oriented
Process – Oriented
Fact – Oriented
Responsiveness
Friendly
Impatient
Willing
Selective
Environment
Cluttered/ Pictures
Trophies/ Awards
Keepsakes/ Relics
Orders/Charts
Conversation
People
Bottom Line
Systems
Facts
Listening
Drifting
Impatient
Willing
Selective
Manner
Friendly
Dominating
Accepting
Evaluating
Talking
About People
About Achievement
About Functions
About Organization
Relations
Empathizes with Others
Commands Others
Accepts Others
Assesses Others
Dress
Stylish
Formal
Conforming
Conservative
Decisiveness
Popular/ Emotional
Quick/Impulsive
Slow/Studied
Objective/Fact-Based
Gestures
Open
Impatient
Measured
Closed
Time Usage
Socializes at expense of time
Always pushed for time
Respects time but not pushed
Values and manages time well
Voice
Emotional/ Animated
Emotional/ Direct
Unemotional/ Low-Keyed
Unemotional/ Reserved
Pace
Enthusiastic
Fast
Steady
Controlled