On a PC, right cick on the link and then select “Save Link As” (or equivalent in your browser) to download.
If you try to open the file in your browser by left clicking on it and you get a blank screen, the most likely problem is that your browser won’t open PDF files. You can still get the report by right clicking on the link, selecting the “Save Link As” (or equivalent term) to download the file to your computer. After the file is on your computer, you can then open it in Acrobat Reader.
You need Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to read the report file. Download Acrobat Reader here.
Your Basic Style tends to represent your “natural” or “internal” state. It is the set of drives that affects how you view, interpret, and interact with the world. This is the part of you that happens “in your head.” In most cases, only you and the people very close to you will see this part of you.
The bar graph attempts to represent the relative intensity of each drive in your style blend.
Your Adapted Style tends to represent the actual behaviors you have learned to use to be most successful in the environment that you were thinking about when you took the assessment. This is the part of you most visible to other people because this is the part of you that shows up in your behaviors (your body language, facial expressions, tone, etc.)
The bar graph attempts to represent the relative frequency with which you use each behavior style as you interact and work with others.