Management and Personality assessment test :
23 minutes to find out what kind of manager you are

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Whether you’re currently managing a team or your ambition is to become a manager, the way you interact with others is crucial to your success.

Explore your style with our dedicated management test.

which kind of manager are you

I am an Executive, HR, Recruiter, Trainer or Coach

which kind of manager are you

I am a Manager or I aspire to progress in my position

Discovering what type of manager you are is essential to optimising your effectiveness and the well-being of your team.

The management test can be a valuable resource for this exploration.

In the management test report, you’ll find your preferred management styles, your emotional and intellectual agility, your ability to take the lead in a team while letting it unfold, the managerial skills you’ve already developed and are comfortable with, and the skills you may need to strengthen (ability to lead a meeting, delegate, give feedback, etc.).

Your preferred management styles

Some people prefer delegative management, delegating responsibilities to encourage autonomy and the development of skills.

Participative management involves working closely with the team, encouraging ideas and collective decision-making.

The manager-coach relies on questioning and encourages employees to develop their skills and confidence.

In contrast, directive management is based on clear directives and close supervision.

Other managers adopt a paternalistic approach, favouring close involvement in their employees’ professional lives to ensure their well-being.

Managerial skills measured by the management test

If you are a manager of managers, we are going to look at these 13 managerial skills:

  1. Develop a strategic vision
  2. Making impactful decisions
  3. Encouraging the development of a learning team – supporting change
  4. Defining and managing SMART objectives
  5. Demonstrating managerial courage
  6. Providing feedback, anchoring progress and commitment
  7. Making an impact, developing trust
  8. Anticipating and coordinating within the team and with other departments
  9. Assessing skills and identifying talent
  10. Managing conflict
  11. Delegating and giving responsibility
  12. Managing team stress – pacing work in phases
  13. Running an effective meeting

If you are an operational manager, we will look at these 13 managerial skills:

  1. Giving meaning
  2. Making quick decisions
  3. Facilitating change
  4. Managing by objectives
  5. Adopting an entrepreneurial attitude – managerial courage
  6. Giving feedback
  7. Developing trust, making an impact
  8. Planning and optimising team organisation
  9. Assessing employee needs
  10. Managing conflict
  11. Identifying tasks to be delegated, developing versatility
  12. Managing stress, encouraging and managing rest periods
  13. Passing on and escalating important information

By understanding these approaches, you can better identify your management style and adjust your methods to optimise overall performance.