Harmonic Relation Model Assessment. Take this free assessment to determine your Harmonic Relation Type, which describes how you most naturally interrelate with others. You can download the Harmonic Relation Positive-Traits view to begin to understand your communication preferences and the positive ways that you interact with others.
Harmonic Work-Styles Assessment
Before participating in any of our courses, please take this assessment to begin to learn about your Harmonic Work-Style and how you tend to communicate and interrelate with others in the workplace. Bring your assessment report with you to the class so you have it as reference.
Do you process information externally, or internally? Do you convey emotions, or ideas? Do you speak forthrightly, or politely? These kinds of preferences (and others) determine your Harmonic Work-Style Type. This simple developmental assessment can help determine your Communication / Leadership / Teaming preferences and lead to better working relationships when applied through our various learning programs.
Harmonic Work-Styles Model
The Harmonic Work-Style model is the basis for our Harmonic Workplace learning programs.
The model provides the framework for better understanding ourselves and others, and how we most naturally communicate and interrelate with each other in the workplace. The model provides a view of our communication preferences, our leadership style, and how we best team with others.
Synopsis of the 6 Harmonic Types
Engagers view the workplace as an adventure, and relate to others by inviting them to join in the adventure.
Encouragers view the workplace as a place of hope, and relate to others by encouraging them to see that hope.
Speakers view the workplace as an opportunity to provide direction, and relate to others by speaking about that direction.
Doers view the workplace as work that needs to be done, and relate to others by volunteering to do that work.
Observers view the workplace as a puzzle, and relate to others by trying to figure out that puzzle.
Helpers view the workplace as a place of need, and relate to others by trying to fill that need.
The view of the model to the right is the basic structure where you see each of the types as being uniquely distinct but pointing towards each other in the center. We call this the Center Point of Empathy (TM) where the various types can meet to better communicate, lead and team together.
The full model, which you will receive in class, includes:
Communication Preference: A phrase that describes how each type tends to prefer to communicate within the workplace.
8 Traits Per Type: Ways that each type tends to display their style in the workplace.
Strengths & Challenges: The front side of the model displays the positive-strengths that each type shares. The back-side of the model displays the negative-challenges that each type is prone to showing.
It's important to understand that we are extremely complex creatures, and no one can neatly fit into just one of six boxes (or, in our case, triangles). You may find that you are a blend of types, and this is absolutely fine. The categories are simply intended to get us pointed in the right direction so we can be on the road to more deeply understanding ourselves and others.
Note: The Harmonic Work-Styles Assessment Report is provided as general information use only, and solely serves to describe broad categorizations of types for the purpose of fostering better workplace communication, leadership and teamwork. The assessment/report is not intended to be used as any kind of psychological instrument. The author and publisher makes no warranties, express or implied, about the accuracy or efficacy of the assessment and report. Any action taken by the user as a result of the assessment/report is at the sole discretion of the user, and Harmonic Learning, LLC is not liable nor otherwise responsible for any actions performed as a result of receiving this information.