The Job Style Indicator (JSI) helps you prioritize the types of tasks and the style behaviors required in the position. Even though the JSI is an important addition to the job selection process, performance improvement, and career planning, it is only one part of the hiring and/or development procedure. It is also necessary to completely define the needs of the job and/or role and the job's requisite skills, competencies, experience, and educational requirements.
The JSI can assist you to do the following.
Determine the required work style of a current/potential position, job or responsibilities
Understand how other team members see the work style requirements for that position or role
Identify the behavioral style of the responsibilities of a new venture or business opportunity
Provide a roadmap to match each person's preferred work style and work environment to help him or her more intentionally select the best job, role, and/or career
Use the JSI with any of CRG's style assessments to determine work style compatibility. They include the Personal Style Indicator, Quick Style Indicator, Sales Style Indicator, Entrepreneurial Style and Success Indicator, and Instructional Style Indicator.
Increase team performance through the shifting of work roles and responsibilities to better reflect team members' job-fit
Reduce staff turnover and work-related stress levels
Develop plans for work style flexibility and improved role-effectiveness
The Job Style Indicator (JSI) does not determine what
career you or another person should consider. Rather, it helps you
measure the work style requirements of a specific job, role, or
The JSI has an additional work behavioral grid that helps you establish the preferred working behaviors for both tasks and interpersonal skills.
How much does it cost to put the right person into the wrong job? The training, the upheaval in the office, and the stress of firing someone makes the Job Style Indicator priceless! Identify the right job for the right person the FIRST TIME!
Unless the style pattern of the person and the working style of the position match, the individual's motivation and level of engagement is simply not sustainable.
Use the JSI to:
Establish Mutual Understanding
Confirm Work Style Needs
Use it for:
Clients of Job Centers or Coaches
Teams, to Build Performance
The Job Style Indicator is available in the following formats and languages:
Do you want to know the level of job fit or compatibility (from a match to an extreme mismatch) between an applicant or current employee and a specific position? To generate a JSI Compatibility Report requires the completion of an Online JSI or Manager's JSI which is then compared to the results of one or more individuals who have completed one of CRG's style assessments, specifically the Personal Style Indicator, Sales Style Indicator, and/or the Instructional Style Indicator. Why would you want to put a square peg into a round hole?
How can you hire the right person, if the hiring committee does not agree who is the best type of person for the position? Avoid this challenge by using the Online Manager's JSI where up to 5 individuals can complete a Job Style Indicator on a single position—allowing you to review feedback from several decision-makers about the position. To hire the right person, you must be clear about the requirements of the job and the characteristics of the person who will best fill it.
PSI/JSI Professional's Guide
Build a new hiring process that will save you time and money. Use the Personal Style Indicator and Job Style Indicator as the base for your hiring process and witness the difference for yourself.
This Professional's Guide will provide you with the background knowledge to effectively use these assessments to build a strong company by hiring the right people for the right positions.
This 64-page Guide includes background details and information on the creation of the tools and their intended applications.
Why Aren't You More Like Me?
Without this book, you have only scraped the surface of understanding
personal style. Would you like to know more about style and how you can
use it to improve your life, relations and interactions with others?
The Third Edition of the, Why Aren’t You More Like Me?™, book is authored by Ken Keis, the co-author of the Personal Style Indicator and author of My Source EXPERIENCE Journal. Learn more about interacting with others and how style affects every area of your life. Retail $30.00.
The Personal Style Indicator (PSI) is a powerful communication and learning tool. This 20-page
self-administered and self-scored assessment helps you and your clients
discover your natural preferences towards time, people, tasks, and
situations. Participants identify their specific PSI style pattern(s), which assists them to instantly understand their
strengths and potential challenges so they can be more effective at work
and at home.
Use the PSI to:
Use it for:
Partners: Business and Personal
CRG Models Deluxe
It takes time and money to create handouts for a presentation. Why not use the models CRG has already created? CRG Models is a CD-ROM with PDFs of all the handouts needed to present the Personal Style Indicator and any of CRG's style assessments.
Once you have purchased this CD, you can print the full-color handouts anytime you need them, as many copies as you like.
The CD includes the following.
Readiness and Willingness to Change
What is Personal Style?
Personal Style Model
Business Development Model
And Much More!
Set yourself up for success.
Use CRG's professional handouts at your next presentation!
"The Personal Style Indicator, Job Style Indicator and the Comprehensive Personnel System left our business owners and managers with a process that could be immediately applied in selecting and developing exceptional employees."
Mike Cassidy, President
"We have great success utilizing the Personal Style Indicator and Job Style Indicator for our team building process, as well for one-on-one counseling situations. The participants find it especially valuable"
Mary Beth Henninger, Manager, Training & Development
The Job Style Indicator (JSI) assessment helps you measure the work style requirements (pattern) of a position so that it can be compared to the style of the applicant or current person in the role because unless the pattern of the person and the working style of the position match, the individual’s motivation and level of engagement is simply not sustainable.