Different people prefer different ways of communicating because we are unique. Being deeply aware of our personal preference styles is part of developing our "communication intelligence". One way to better understand this is to take the Communication Preference Styles Survey (CPSS). The CPSS covers a range of personal and behavioural characteristics that affect communication. The results include a score and intensity for each of the four major communication preference styles that exist in people
By answering the CPSS questions, we reveal substantial insights about our own communication preference styles – as well as their potential strengths and challenges as we communicate and interact with other people. INSEAD Professor Ian C. Woodward, developed the CPSS, together with the concept of "communication intelligence", as part of his on-going research and teaching work in effective Leadership Communication.
In administering the Communication Preference Styles Survey (CPSS), we take privacy and data collection seriously.
If you are interested in further information on the CPSS please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org