Personality Styles

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Personality Styles

Style: the way in which something is said, done, expressed, or performed.
A style can be identified by a pattern of behavior or trait grouping. The four personality styles presented here are simply a way of grouping character traits into meaningful patterns.

Mover personality style icon

Connector personality style icon

Thinker personality style icon

Planner personality style icon

Mover personality style icon

Connector personality style icon

Thinker personality style icon

Planner personality style icon

Your personality is made up of all four styles in different amounts.

Some individuals identify strongly with their most dominant personality style and like to be referred to by their Top Style, i.e. Sally is a Planner. Others feel they have equal access to all four personality patterns.

Your Determination of “Best Fit” Style Lineup

Now that you’ve taken the personality assessment, let’s take a closer look at the personality styles to come up with your own “best fit” personality lineup.
Which style best describes you? Which is least like you?
Which style best describes you? Which is least like you?
Which style best describes you?
Which is least like you?
Read the front and back of the cards below. Hover your cursor over a card to view the backside and move your cursor away to return to the frontside.
Write down your “best fit” personality style lineup (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th).
Does your 1st pick match your assessment results? Do you have any ties? It is ok if you don’t have any clear preferences at this point. What matters most is that you can recognize the styles in real-life situations.
TRY THIS!

Find a partner to share with.

They can be someone
who knows you well or
someone you just met.

1. Share a little about why you picked this top style.

2. Share at least three traits of this top style that you most identify with.

If a personal story comes to mind, share that.

TRY THIS!

Find a partner to share with.

They can be someone
who knows you well or
someone you just met.

TRY THIS!

Partner Share

Find a partner to share with. They can be someone who knows you well or someone you just met.

personality activity partner share

1. Share a little about why you picked this top style.

2. Share at least three traits of this top style that you most identify with.

If a personal story comes to mind, share that.

Personality styles reveal themselves in the context of situations.
Now that you are familiar with the four personality patterns, you will begin to experience people, places, and events in relationship to the personality styles. You will recognize when you are operating in your top style and when you are accessing the other styles in your lineup.

You will begin to identify the situations where things seem to go smoothly and effortlessly for you (when you are operating within your dominant nature) and other situations that pose more of a challenge to you (when you must operate outside of your dominant nature).

You might not always reflect the traits of one dominant style. You might recognize that your Connector values are at play in one circumstance and Thinker values in another. Also, the style that is utilized can be relative to the company you keep. You might feel like a Thinker around one friend but around another friend whose Thinker is more pronounced, you feel like a Connector.