by Kate Ward

There’s no doubt that one of the best ways to drive home key learning points is through experience—and the Personality Toolkit does just that. From activities such as Rocky Relationships and Stumbling Blocks to Style Charades and Four of a Kind, here is the perfect companion learning tool to the ever-popular Style Series assessments.

This collection of 20 fast and fun training exercises uses such methods as self-reflection and role play to illustrate how personality style impacts key skills such as team building, communication, coaching, sales, and time management—plus answer the question, how does my personality style affect me at work?  

The Personality Style Toolkit:

  • Provides your audience with a deeper understanding of personality style
  • Demonstrates how personality styles interact
  • Explores the role personality style plays in common workplace situations
  • Illustrates what happens when different styles meet—and how to avoid friction

The toolkit includes everything you need to pack a training experience with punch! First, the HRDQ Style model introduction gets you up to speed quickly, and then the activity matrix makes selecting an activity a snap. Facilitation is just as simple, with easy-to-follow instructions and downloadable handouts. Whether you’re looking for a quick 10-minute exercise or an hour-long lesson, there’s something for everyone—individuals, pairs, small groups of same or mixed styles, and even whole audiences.

Use the Personality Style Toolkit with these bestselling Style Series assessments:

  • What’s My Coaching Style?
  • What’s My Communication Style?
  • What’s My Leadership Style?  
  • What’s My Learning Style? 
  • What’s My Selling Style? 
  • What’s My Style? 
  • What’s My Team Member Style? 
  • What’s My Time Style?  

Product Type: Activities

Objective: To provide a deeper understanding of personality style

Time Required: 10 minutes – 1 hour per activity

About the Author

With more than 20 years of experience, Kate Ward has an impressive track record in training development. Her career began as a manager of curriculum development for CareerTrack, where she authored programs, supervised a team of instructional designers, and facilitated training. She also served as the Senior Instructional Designer at TreeLine Training, responsible for leading the development of the core skills curriculum library. Kate is currently running her own company, working to create innovative training solutions for today’s business needs.