WEST CHESTER, Pa. (PRWEB) June 18, 2018
HRDQ, a leading developer of experiential learning resources for soft-skills training, announces the continued success of its “What’s My Communication Style?” assessment and training program. This popular tool helps employees build a better understanding of their personal communication styles and its effect on other people.
This 24-item inventory allows participants to learn their preference for one of four types of communication styles: Systematic, Direct, Spirited, and Considerate.
Participants will also recognize the various facets of communication and how to use their own style to enhance workplace communication through the training program, topic discussion, debriefing and action planning session.
“’What’s My Communication Style?’ is one of our most useful and valuable programs,” said Bradford Glaser, president and CEO of HRDQ. “This assessment enables lasting insights into how to gain mastery over one’s own communication behavior and how to interpret the behavior of others in any situation.”
Part of the bestselling HRDQ Style Series, the communication assessment and its supporting materials provide a practical and easy-to-use program that helps participants identify a preference for one of four communication styles, uncover the characteristics of each style, uncover how style affects communication, learn how to "speed read" a person's dominant communication style, and understand how to "flex" their style for effective communication with others.
“What's My Communication Style?” is a powerful centerpiece for management development and interpersonal skills training. To learn more about the program’s benefits, click here: https://www.hrdqstore.com/whats-my-communication-style.
HRDQ has been a trusted developer and publisher of experiential learning resources for more than 40 years. Its experts have improved the performances of individuals, teams, and organizations through innovative research-based training materials that hone essential soft-skills such as communication, team building and leadership.