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Personal Style Inventory (PSI)

by R. Craig Hogan, Ph.D. and David W. Champagne, Ed.D.

Self-understanding is a necessary prerequisite for learning, growth, and getting along with others. Because without it, no amount of formal training or on-the-job experience will enable people to reach their full potential - or improve their relationships with peers, coworkers, and managers. Blind to their own behavioral patterns, they will continue to trip over themselves in the same old ways. So, as a trainer, where do you begin?

A bestseller for more than 25 years, the Personal Style Inventory (PSI) is an accurate, statistically reliable personality-style assessment. Based on Carl Jung's well-known personality theory, the PSI identifies deep-seated style preferences along four paired dimensions:
  • Extroversion or Introversion
  • Sensing or Intuiting
  • Thinking or Feeling
  • Perceiving or Judging
The PSI makes it easy for people to "see" how they think, act, and feel. And with eyes wide open, you've taken the first step toward improving your organization's communication, team work, leadership, and interpersonal relationships.