Company View:

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1.

We have a clear sense of who we are as a company.

Agree Disagree

2.

We have the right employees with knowledge and skills to do our work.

Agree Disagree

3.

We have the right systems to deliver our services.

Agree Disagree

4.

We have leadership that shares power throughout the organization.

Agree Disagree

5.

We have a strong vision and sense of direction for the future.

Agree Disagree

6.

We have strong leadership that guides us through change and crisis.

Agree Disagree

7.

We have a sense of hope about the future.

Agree Disagree

8.

My overall Satisfaction with my work and work environment (1=Low, 5=High):

1 2 3 4 5

Personal View:

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1.

A primary contribution I can make to a team is ensuring:

Goals are on target
Goals are met

2.

If my company frequently Mouseover Definitionbreaks its promises to anyone, its business practices and/or leaders can _______ be trusted.

sometimes still not

3.

When my company does business internationally, it is ______ acceptable to follow practices of that culture, even if they violate my own sense of what is just and/or moral.

usually rarely

4.

The Mouseover Definitionsuccess of a free global marketplace is ________ more important than the success of my company.

often rarely

5.

To me, investing in social and natural ecology is _______ equal in importance to other business investments.

often rarely

6.

Even if it meant someone I respected and cared about would lose his or her job, and after exhausting all other options, I _______ Mouseover Definition tell the truth about a corrupt, illegal or immoral business practice I have discovered being committed.

would would not

7.

I _______ practice listening to Mouseover Definition a higher voice or power within me..

often rarely

8.

I _______ Mouseover Definitionintentionally reflect on the mystery, purpose and beauty of life.

often rarely

9.

I _______ Mouseover Definitiontalk with others about the direction and Mouseover Definitionquality of life.

often rarely

10.

When facing a crisis or emergency, I am more likely to _______

react fast and take quick action
evaluate the situation, then act decisively

11.

The people I work with _______ matter more to me than doing the Mouseover Definitionwork I love.

always rarely

12.

Achieving Mouseover Definitionbalance between my work, family, community and private life is _______ more important than achieving success in any one of them.

always sometimes

13.

I prefer to:

Rely on what I know and have experience with.
Investigate new ideas and possibilities.

14.

I _______ prefer to trust my judgment, decisions, or Mouseover Definitionintuition over the group's opinion.

usually sometimes

15.

Profit is _______ the truest test of Mouseover Definitionbusiness success.

usually rarely

16.

Mouseover DefinitionRewarding stockholders/owners is _______ the primary responsibility of a successful business.

often rarely

17.

Mouseover DefinitionShort term business goals must _______ take precedence over long-term goals.

often rarely

18.

Active Mouseover Definitionbusiness involvement in local and global affairs is _______ as important to business success as any other business practice.

often rarely

19.

Of these two, _______ is the more important leadership Mouseover Definitionvirtue.

humility self-confidence

20.

When I'm doing my work right, I _______ I'm doing the right work..

am certain often uncertain

21.

What Mouseover Definitionmy company does and stands for is _______ my responsibility.

often rarely

22.

Of these two, _______ is the more important leadership Mouseover Definitionvirtue.

consistency flexibility

23.

Making decisions for the Mouseover Definitioncommon good is _______ more important than deciding what is best for me or my team..

often rarely

24.

Mouseover DefinitionThe public ‘face' and reputation of my company/organization is _______ my responsibility.

often rarely

25.

When anyone in my organization appears to be avoiding Mouseover Definitionobvious and persistent problems or challenges, it is _______ my responsibility to speak up until things are effectively addressed.

often rarely

26.

I ____ comply with written regulations and requirements when given a work assignment, even if I may not agree.

usually rarely

27.

When looking for new opportunities, I prefer to:

Fix/Improve the existing Invent the new

28.

When I see an authority figure taking us down the wrong path, I am most likely to:

Respectfully challenge the authority
Head down the right path instead

29.

I ____ seek out the input, research, and experience of others as part of my everyday decision-making.

usually rarely

30.

Developing and implementing the best ideas _______ requires the collaboration, involvement, and acceptance by all team members.

usually rarely

31.

While regulations are often legal and required, I _____ do independent thinking to avoid unnecessary bureaucratic delays.

usually rarely

32.

Which of these is the more important contribution to the team:

Innovation Compromise

33.

When anyone in my organization appears to be Mouseover Definitionconfused or disorganized about what needs to be done, it is _________my responsibility to help them find clarity and direction.

often rarely

34.

In a serious crisis requiring immediate attention, my instinct is to ______.

act, then evaluate evaluate, then act

35.

To make critical decisions on a timely basis, I am most likely to:

Persuade others to accept my point of view
Ask the group to discuss and determine possible outcomes

36.

When confronted with the need to change, the perspective I can best contribute to the team is in:

developing new ideas and/or products
improving existing processes and/or products

37.

The most effective way to asses the value of an idea is to:

Try it Research it

38.

Competitive advantage is best sustained by:

Starting the next trend Adapting quickly to an emerging trend

39.

Organizational effectiveness is best achieved by:

Establishing clear, respected roles and boundaries
Staying flexible, allowing boundary overlap

40.

The achievement of goals depends more on the:

effective control over processes and decisions
growth and development of team members

41.

Long term success is best achieved through:

a commitment to being the best and the first to deliver
ensuring team members have shared input and ownership

42.

A key contribution I can bring to critical situations is:

Asking the right questions
Finding the right answers

43.

A primary contribution I can make in solving problems is:

Identifying options and solutions
Executing the solution

44.

When I’ve experienced conflict, it has been:

an opportunity for growth and change
stressful, and a barrier to getting things done

45.

Co-workers who routinely introduce ideas from way out in left field are most often:

A breath of fresh air
Wasting the team’s time

46.

Ambiguity is most often:

A roadblock to efficient progress
A necessary step in effective problem solving

47.

The better approach to starting a new project is most often to:

get started quickly, we can improve as we go
understand all the options, then head in the best direction

48.

In complex situations, managing ambiguity is best accomplished by:

reducing or removing it
understanding and using it