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We are glad that you have decided to join us in making the world a better place while improving ourselves personally and professionally. In order to be selected as AIESEC member, your first step is to take the Working Style test. This test has two main intentions:
  1. To get a general impression of you and your attitudes, behaviors and beliefs so that we can make a more informed decision in your selection process as a member.
  2. To give you a general profile that you can use to focus on your strengths and improve accordingly.
The test doesn't have ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answers. The items presented comprise different personality types and we are looking for a group of new members as diverse as possible.
Just be honest with your answers, that is what we will be looking at if you make it to the next round!

You will need around 15 minutes to complete this test. While it is recommended to take the test now, we have sent a link to your email in case you would like to take the test at a later time. However, you have to complete the test for your registration to be considered.
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INSTRUCTIONS

Within each of the following five groups of statements (Group A through Group E), read all eight statements; then select the number “8” in the space preceding the statement that most accurately describes you, your behavior, or your beliefs with regard to you and/or your views in team work.

Next select the number “1” in the space preceding the statement that least accurately describes you, your behavior, or your beliefs with regard to you and/or your views in team work.

Finally, use the numbers “2” through “7” to indicate the best intermediate rankings for the remaining statements.

Then proceed to the next group and repeat the process.

You have to rank all statements (leave none blank), and use each ranking number only once within each group of statements.

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GROUP A

I consider myself a creative person that comes up with ideas that can have long range effect.

My top priority is to get the work done regardless of the challenges.

I enjoy looking closer at the process of how things get done.

I am a convincing and enthusiastic communicator.

I seek to keep an alignment between my actions and the reasons why I am doing what I am doing.

I think the role of a good leader or team player is to maintain things working as they are instead of constantly trying to change them.

I believe that if team members get over their emotions and focus on generating results everyone will have a productive team experience.

I have not personally come up with a new and original idea in a long time.

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GROUP B

I am willing to do whatever it takes to see my ideas implemented.

Time spent in analyzing numbers and trends could be better used by taking strong and concrete actions.

I like measuring the results of the work and efforts that I put into something.

Thinking of what ‘cannot-be-done’ or what ‘should-have-been-done’ it’s a waste of time.

I enjoy to openly discuss the philosophy and values behind my decisions.

I consider myself to be good at keeping procedures, processes, and systems working as they should.

I do not see my job as including the development of new products or projects.

I believe great leadership is more about strategic planning rather than actually producing products or projects.

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GROUP C

I tend to withdraw from time to time to think about the ideas I come up with.

I am very comfortable being in charge and making decisions.

I focus on detailed actions that bring fast results.

I like to keep score and I am competitive by nature.

I see myself as a mediator that can bring people together in times of conflict and disagreement.

I enjoy a working place where order, consistency, and smooth operations are guaranteed.

I believe a leader should never completely trust that others will the job assigned; rather the leader should continuously check on the progress.

A person in a leadership position has the right to enjoy exclusive perk.

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GROUP D

I am enthusiastic about trying and adopting new ideas and ways of doing things.

People may say that I am too strong in my approach and do not consult them when making decisions.

I do not consider myself a visionary, I prefer to focus on concrete processes to achieve the objectives set.

I get most excited when I use my skills to satisfy the needs of the customer of a process.

I consider teamwork and continuous improvement to be the key elements of success.

I make decisions based on credible data instead of gut feeling.

I believe that tighter controls will solve many of the problems faced in teamwork.

Only leaders in high positions truly understand the big picture and should be the ones deciding on strategies and ways forward.

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GROUP E

I am neither overly organized nor very interested in details.

I am action oriented and do not enjoy over spending time in planning.

I enjoy improving the way in which things are done.

I prefer to invest my time in establishing relationships rather than working on paperwork (reporting, process analysis and improvement, planning, etc.)

I believe situations must be approached in a way that is proper to the needs at hand instead of approaching them with the same believes and behaviors all the time.

I believe consistency and discipline are the key elements of a team working effectively together.

Things work best when there is a tough leader that tells people what to do.

Many times I have problems trusting people to do what is right.

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YOUR PROFILE

Based on your answers, this profile shows you the Working Styles you more often use, which ones you less use, and which ones you use in an average manner.
To better understand each profile click on the corresponding bars or go one by one by clicking on the button “descriptions” below.

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VISION-BASED WORKING STYLE

You are a visionary who create breakthroughs and the human energy needed to propel organizations forward.

HERE YOU HAVE SOME OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF YOUR WORKING STYLE:

You are at your best when organizations are getting started or are entering a period of major restructuring and renewal.

You hold — and engender in others — a strong belief in new ways of doing things.

You have high standards and do not believe in the abilities of people outside your own small group.

You make decisions by yourself; and although you may listen to others, you are not likely to make effective use of participative decision making.

You tend to have many ideas that can confuse other people, because you have little regard for either structure or systems.

You also tend to change on a whim.


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ACTION-BASED WORKING STYLE

You are a leader who thrives on crisis and conquest, who commands people’s efforts during periods of rapid change.

HERE YOU HAVE SOME OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF YOUR WORKING STYLE:

You excel when organizations are struggling to survive or to broaden their base or attempting to diversify.

You see yourself as being in life-or-death struggles to do what needs to be done in order to accomplish the objectives and goals that are set.

High control and direct action appeal to you.

You like to personally lead the troops into battle.

You want others to join the team or move out of the way.

You prefer to establish a few simple systems and structures while stressing a high degree of task flexibility.


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PROCESS-BASED WORKING STYLE

You are a developer of the specialized structures required for successful change and growth.

HERE YOU HAVE SOME OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF YOUR WORKING STYLE:

You are most valuable when successful organizations are confronted by many opportunities for growth and diversification.

Once you enter an organization, you are a strong believer of its products and services.

You are interested in the way in which final products and services are produced, although you focus your energies on making those means more efficient.

You are detail oriented and are concerned with short-term results.

You are a strong believer that your organization’s leadership style should always be more collaborative, and as such you become a champion of that process.


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RELATIONSHIPS-BASED WORKING STYLE

You are a developer of specialized skills people need for a successful process of organizational change and growth.

HERE YOU HAVE SOME OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF YOUR WORKING STYLE:

You place your emphasis on increasing the efficiency of the skills used to produce the organization’s products and services.

You are the type of organizational member who most enjoy to be in touch with customers.

You are highly competitive and enjoy keeping score.

Interpersonal collaborative relationships are important to you.

As a believer of the power of people, you rely on relationships to get things done instead of processes and systems.

You are enthusiastic and intuitive.

On the other hand, you hate paperwork and do little or no managing.


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SYNERGY-BASED WORKING STYLE

You are a synergist who maintains balance by unifying and appreciating the diverse contributions of people.

HERE YOU HAVE SOME OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF YOUR WORKING STYLE:

You do not favor a single leadership style. Instead, you incorporate the different styles of leadership required to succeed throughout an organization’s life cycle.

You seek social unity, balance, and teamwork.

You manifest a high degree of flexibility that sometimes can confuse others that tend to have a more consistent approach to tasks.

Continuous improvement of products and services is crucial for you.

To achieve goals and foster development of the production process, you emphasize positive behavioral reinforcement by using symbols, participative decision making, interpersonal skills, and high levels of technical competence.


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SECURITY-BASED WORKING STYLE

You are an administrator that integrates systems and structures, shifting from expansion toward security.

HERE YOU HAVE SOME OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF YOUR WORKING STYLE:

You contribute most when organizations have entered a secure stage, are financially successful, are developing broader markets for their products and services, and are developing more complex internal structure.

You believe in efficiency and in maximizing the financial side of the organization. To this end, you stress perfecting management-control systems and tend to take the organization’s products and services for granted.

You are not particularly effective in dealing with people. You make decisions based on data and spend lots of time seeking “correct” answers.

Under your leadership, those working on the ground (directly in producing products and services or dealing directly with clients) lose power while those working on administrative tasks and strategy gain it.


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CONTROL-BASED WORKING STYLE

You are a manager that imposes tight controls that inhibit the creativity and the risk-taking habits of your people.

HERE YOU HAVE SOME OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF YOUR WORKING STYLE:

You are most visible in diversified organizations, where primary products and services are viewed as being mature “cash cows.” For you, growth occurs through acquiring already developed innovations and businesses, and cost cutting.

You confront no problems that cannot be overcome through sound financial management and controls.

You place little emphasis on creativity and are more concerned with numbers than people.

You like written reports, and you cultivate the flow of paper.

You seek to increase direct command throughout the organization, often resulting in over-organization, overspecialization, and a lack of trust between levels.


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AUTHORITY-BASED WORKING STYLE

You tend to be autocratic and alienated from those who do the actual work. You often cause rebellion and disintegration.

HERE YOU HAVE SOME OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF YOUR WORKING STYLE:

Your style is generally most evident when the organization’s primary products and services are declining because of a lack of attention, investment, and creativity; when organizational components are being eliminated and divested; and when cash is desperately needed. At these times cynicism permeates all parts and levels of the organization.

You increasingly surround themselves with expensive tokens of their positions (“perks”) and view your primary mission as preventing further organizational erosion.

You have an aloof management style and do not like making decisions. If forced to do so, you generally use a highly autocratic style.

Your style is burdened with excessive layers of management, poor communication, little clarity of mission, low motivation, lots of internal warfare, and ineffective formal structures.


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WHAT ARE YOUR IMPRESSIONS?

TO WHICH DEGREE YOU FIND THIS PROFILE IS AN ACCURATE DESCRIPTION OF YOUR WORKING STYLE?


WHAT IS ACCURATE FOR YOU IN THIS PROFILE?



WHAT IS NOT ACCURATE FOR YOU IN THIS PROFILE?


WE WILL USE THIS INFORMATION IN YOUR INTERVIEW IF YOU ARE PRE-SELECTED TO THE NEXT STAGE OF THE PROCESS
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Your Membership ID is .
Do not lose this ID, you will need it for future correspondence.

Firstly, you will receive an email with your results for further reading.

Secondly, you will receive an email from an AIESEC representative within the next few days to let you know if you have been preselected to continue in the process.

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