What's My Time Style? 2nd Ed. Self Assessment
Time Management Training
2nd Edition by Mary Blitzer Field
What's My Time Style? is a quick and easy-to-use tool for identifying personal time management style. Based on the personality theories of Marston and Jung, the self-assessment measures an individual's preference for one or more of four basic behavioral styles: Direct, Spirited, Considerate and Systematic. With this knowledge, individuals learn how to make their style work to their advantage and better understand how to work with others who manage their time differently.
- Identify personal time management style
- Learn how to capitalize on time management strengths
- Understand how to avoid potential time management trouble spots
- Improve interactions with others who have different time management styles
What's My Time Style? starts with a 21-item self-assessment that takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. Individuals choose the statement ending that most closely reflects the way they manage time. Scoring the assessment reveals a "My Time Style Profile" and a dominant preference for one or more four personal styles: Direct, Spirited, Considerate, and Systematic.
What's My Time Style is appropriate for anyone to use for both personal and management development. The assessment can be used as a standalone training assessment, or it can be incorporated into a more comprehensive time management, meetings, project management or facilitating.
If you are planning to use What's My Time Style in a classroom training session, we recommend you allow approximately 1 hour for interpretation of scores, topic discussion, debrief, and action planning. The Facilitator Guide also offers an easy-to-follow workshop outline that expands What's My Time Style into a 3.5-hour program.
Includes 1 print assessment. Order one Self Assessment for each individual. Quantity discounts available.
Self Assessment Table of Contents:
21-item assessment with pressure-sensitive scoring form
Understanding Your Time Style
Scoring What’s My Time Style
Time Management Behaviors in Different Interactions
Time Style Strengths
Time Style Trouble Spots
Capitalizing on Your Time Style
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