Finding Your Time Management Style

Chapter Quiz

Chapter Quiz: Finding Your Time Management Style (

1. Discovering Your Style

1. Taking the time management style assessment will help you avoid

getting too specific

managing your time incorrectly

unnecessary information

jumping to conclusions

2. It’s important to recognize your _____ because it motivates you to do more, and to do better.

to-do list


small victories

finish line

3. Your manager has brought in a coach to help with everyone’s time management style. How will understanding time management styles help the team?

It will help the team stay consistent.

It will help the team refrain from temptation.

It will help the team’s productivity

It will help the team members’ personalities.

3. Why is the last step in taking the daily victory assessment perhaps considered the most important step?

By creating a bar graph, you have a visual representation of where you are on the scale of Likely Terms of Victory.

By writing what your terms of victory are after taking the assessment, you create a clearer definition of what productivity means to you

By adding the scores for the responses you provided in the assessment, you have a clearer picture of what you consider as victories.

By journalizing after you complete the assessment, you have a clearer picture of how your personality shapes the way you like to work.

4. Right now, you will gain the most value from watching videos that _____.

teach you the basics of time management

sound interesting

pertain to your two-time management styles

help you get a sense of how others work

6. Wyatt feels his job is too repetitive and not intellectually challenging. In terms of time management style, what is the likely reason Wyatt feels this way?

Wyatt needs a job with consistency.

Wyatt needs to be a trainer in this line of work.

Wyatt needs a job with diversity

Wyatt needs to be promoted.

7. At the conclusion of the assessment, what will you have determined?

your productivity styles

your two-time management styles

your time management system

your preferred work environment

8. Phillip is compiling his assessment results. Where is his time management style found?

at the beginning of both assessments

at the end of the variety consistency assessment

at the intersection of both assessments

at the end of the daily victory assessment

9. The best way to learn from this course would be to _____ after each technique is described.

teach it to someone else

pause the video and try out the action

take a mental note

take out a notepad

2. Variety-Based Styles

1. Co-workers that work _____ with each other despite their time management style differences can still be quite productive as a team.

while continually talking


in harmony

under considerable stress

2. Vivienne uses visual and verbal means to articulate ideas, and she likes to develop long-term projects. What choice best describes Vivienne’s variety-based style?





3. Raelynn enjoys talking and making connections with others. What should she do in order to gather all of her ideas and connections with others?

Raelynn should stop and take a break to write down her thoughts.

Raelynn should schedule some buffer time in her calendar to jot down her thoughts.

Raelynn should use a whiteboard to jot down her thoughts.

Raelynn should use a type of recorder to track her thoughts

4. You selected a team of engineers to solve a quality issue for one of your products. They all have the Solver time management style. How best will you schedule them?

Utilize a confirmed onsite schedule to keep them focused on a specific type of activity.

Create a schedule that directs them to use digital tools.

Include regular meetings with debate- and discussion-driven leadership.

Provide a flexible schedule that is focused on a specific type of activity

3. Consistency-Based Styles

1. Brandon is challenged with reserving time and creating a pattern for preparation. Which consistency-based style is Brandon, and what should he do to overcome these challenges?

Brandon is a Maker, and should only have four gathering points to keep track of tasks.

Brandon is an Educator, and should create boundaries in his schedule.

Brandon is a Doer, and should say no to certain tasks.

Brandon is a Nurturer, and should create a statement about why the task helps others.

2. Tahir knows he has a tendency to get absorbed in a task and then miss appointments. What should he do so others will view him as dependable and reliable?

He should practice patience and guidance.

He should take a break from his schedule.

He should focus on making incremental decisions.

He should add extra reminders in his schedule

3. Why is it important for individuals with the Analyzer time management style to have a patterned schedule that avoids interruption?

Analyzers spend their time in the creative process, so having a fixed schedule allows them more time to be creative.

Analyzers spend their time solving problems, so they need a fixed schedule more than the other time management styles will.

More so than the other time management styles, Analyzers need to schedule time off to recharge.

More so than the other time management styles, switching attention is costly to Analyzers

4. Working with Differing Styles

1. If a co-worker is unable or unwilling to complete this assessment on their own, the next best option is for you to _____.

hold a meeting to discuss its importance

send it to their manager

complete the assessment on their behalf

ask them why not

Final Exam

1. A common challenge in the workplace is when there are varying degrees of _ on a single team.

work hours

pay scales


formal education

2. Sometimes, meeting in the middle with co-workers means changing your _ while speaking with them, while still remaining truthful.

desired result

body language



3. Miguel enjoys free time to ponder issues he could improve on with his company’s product. What should he do to ensure that he does not lose track of time?

Miguel should declare that he is working on a task.

Miguel should review deadlines with others.

Miguel should implement a reminder system to push him along.

Miguel should set expectations in terms of time.

4. Tanusha is challenged with not doing a task if it does not relate to helping her coworkers. Which consistency-based style is she, and what should she do to overcome her challenges?

Tanusha is an Educator, and should create boundaries in her schedule.

Tanusha is a Nurturer, and should create a statement about why the task helps others.

Tanusha is a Doer, and should say no to certain tasks.

Tanusha is a Maker, and should only have four gathering points to keep track of tasks.

5. What is a key question to keep in mind when considering a co-worker’s time management style?

“What is the average workday like for this person?”

“Why aren’t they productive?”

“How can I show them how to improve their productivity?”

“How quick are they to respond to emails?”

6. What’s the benefit of taking note of the similarities and differences between you and your coworkers?

This has little impact on workplace productivity.

It can help you coach them so they can change.

It can help you understand them better.

It gives you insight on their faults and shortcomings.

7. The “2% Principle” states that by taking this course, you will achieve a 2% improvement in productivity. How is this accomplished?

You will better understand your time management style, and how to best use your time.

You will avoid many lost hours every work week by addressing problems that arise from conflicting styles.

You will better understand the time management styles of your coworkers.

The 2% of your work time that you spend taking this course will provide you the skills required to increase productivity.

8. When doing the daily victory assessment, it’s important to go with the answer that is _.

what makes you look best

your first response

the most professional-sounding

the most correct

9. How do the scheduling needs of Doers differ from the scheduling needs of Analyzers?

They both benefit from a patterned schedule, but Doers also want a variety of demanding activities.

Unlike Analyzers, Doers benefit most from a schedule that provides frequent free time during the work day.

Doers benefit most from a flexible schedule, while Analyzers benefit from a consistent and patterned schedule.

They both benefit from a patterned schedule, but unlike Doers, Analyzers want a variety of demanding activities.

10. Your time management style is measured by _ and consistency.





11. Your _ can be defined as the little adjustments you make to your day so that you’re as comfortable and productive as possible.

time management style

productivity system

time management system

communication style

12. Which variety-based style excels in urgent situations, and may include professionals in the medical or technical support fields?





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