David Hall

Introducing the MEDU Assessment—Showcasing Your Leadership & Communication Strengths and Challenges in the Context of Constructive, Results-Driven Improvement Strategies.

Spending just 10-15 minutes completing this assessment will reveal your personality in leadership/management style and your communication habits.

Based on the results you can gain the insight necessary to enhance your leadership, management and communication styles. Your improvement in these skills enables you to be more flexible to the styles of other team members and direct reports.

When you can be more intellectually nimble, it creates a more pleasurable and productive workplace, resulting in higher morale, retention and profits.

We will examine these four personality and communication style quadrants:


There are two parts to this assessment, both of which are required to generate a report.

Part 1: You will be scaling your personality characteristics based on your view of yourself. For each pair of statements you have a certain number of points to assign. As soon as you adjust the slider on one side the other side will adjust accordingly. Be sure not to overthink this process, instead just trust in its abilities to give you an accurate reflection of your style.

Part 2: You will answer a series of questions and choose one option from the four examples that fit you best.

You will then be taken to a page where you will choose how much detail you like to receive about yourself and your results:

FREE – simple report

ADVANCED – advanced, more detailed report

PERSONALIZED (most popular and recommended) – custom report with suggestions of action to take to improve yourself, your skills and your communication.

You will receive the report via email, and depending on which level you choose, you will have a new launching pad for vastly improved workplace dynamic and personal growth potential.

Let’s get started!

1.Creative Interest
2.Being Determined
3.Going For It
4.Being Helpful
5.Being Supportive
6.Being Organized
7.Identifying Mistakes
8.Being Inclusive
9.Target Oriented
11.Being Optimistic
12.Being Competitive
13.Happy to maintain the flow
14.Being Focused
15.Being Definitive
16.Measured Progress
17.Leading Coworkers
18.Liberating Workplace
19.Open To Input
20.Offer Challenges
21.Detail Oriented
22.Meeting Milestone
23.Getting Things Moving
24.Creative Innovation
25.Being Inspirational
26.Being Collaborative
27.Being Detail Oriented
28.Innovative Developer
29.Being Grounded
30.Open To New Ideas
31.Creating Fun Atmosphere
32.Driven Towards The Top
33.Being A Team Player
34.Caring And Appreciative
35.Being Excited
36.Controlling The Options
37.Being Meticulous
38.Appreciate Working With Others
39.Applying Structured Approach
40.Being Supportive
41.When discussing issues on the phone, I prefer
42.When other people get really emotional, I prefer
43.For my speeches or presentations, I prefer
44.When working with a group or team, I prefer
45.When asked to describe a situation, I prefer
46.When I am in a meeting, I prefer
47.When I experience minor physical contact, I prefer…
48.For me to voice what I want, I prefer
49.When I speak to others for the first time, I prefer
50.In my approach to finding solutions, I prefer
51.When a co-worker visits my office, I prefer
52.In situations where conflict develops, I prefer
53.At times when I make announcements, I prefer
54.Listening to other people, I prefer
55.People describe my presence
56.When speaking to others, I prefer
57.When I greet one of my friends, I prefer
58.During regular conversations, I prefer
59.Given a choice to sit where I want, I prefer
60.If I could influence what others say about me, I prefer