Effectiveness Profile

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Instructions

      The following questionnaire offers one hundred proposed statements as to how things may be going in your immediate operation. You respond by entering a percentage number between 1 and 99 to indicate the degree of truth in the statement for you.
      For example, one of the statements is, "I do my best." Contemplate the realistic percentage of the time, or degree, that the statement is true in your case. Suppose you decide the statement is 79% true; enter that number (79) in the percentage response box below the statement. Use your instant-response answer, the first impression you get upon understanding the proposition.
      It is possible to skip around the form, and to leave some items for later. Please be aware that the more you do either of these, the greater the chance you will neglect to enter a percentage somewhere. Remember, every 'field' in the form is required. If you fail to enter a valid value for any proposition, the scoring program will bounce you back to the form for completion.
      You must enter numeric responses, for example 1, 23, 75, 99. The only exception is when a proposition is totally inapplicable to you, in which case you should enter the letter x or X, for Not Applicable.


Questionnaire

1 /100  I feel uncomfortable about proposing my own solutions.
      % true

2 /100  My mind has a tendency to wander when someone is talking to me.
      % true

3 /100  My paperwork waits until the last minute.
      % true

4 /100  I use credit with the idea that I will work out later how to pay for it.
      % true

5 /100  I am critical toward people.
      % true

6 /100  I stop to hold the door for people.
      % true

7 /100  I feel awkward when first meeting people I don't know.
      % true

8 /100  I find myself losing interest in what someone is saying.
      % true

9 /100  When I am moving toward a commitment, I worry that I am making a mistake.
      % true

10 /100  The things I believe I should do are more important than what others want me to do.
      % true

11 /100  I fail to use resources that I know would make me more successful.
      % true

12 /100  The people for whom I am responsible are very supportive of me.
      % true

13 /100  When I consider doing paperwork, I get an urge to do something else.
      % true

14 /100  I make a decent effort to ensure that things are in their proper places.
      % true

15 /100  I feel discomfort when dealing with people who disagree with me.
      % true

16 /100  I give up too much to get what I need.
      % true

17 /100  I feel uncomfortable about asking people to do things.
      % true

18 /100  It is easy to find both the good and the bad in the things that people do.
      % true

19 /100  I tell `white lies'.
      % true

20 /100  I feel badly because of personal flaw(s).
      % true

21 /100  I voice my opinions in group discussions.
      % true

22 /100  My mind drifts while I am working on projects.
      % true

23 /100  I put off asking for money.
      % true

24 /100  Except for some recreational things, I make my activities and expenditures contribute to the future.
      % true

25 /100  I remain respectful and courteous while correcting poor performance.
      % true

26 /100  I stress the details when providing a service.
      % true

27 /100  I openly compliment the performance, works and artistry of others.
      % true

28 /100  I steer conversations toward my own points of interest.
      % true

29 /100  I buy things on impulse.
      % true

30 /100  I say such things as `I hope I can..', `If I can..', and `Maybe I can..'.
      % true

31 /100  I neglect to put one or more of my talents to full use.
      % true

32 /100  When someone for whom I am responsible does well, I give suitable praise or acknowldgement.
      % true

33 /100  I am comfortable doing accounting work.
      % true

34 /100  When an event that I planned arrives, I find at the last minute that I am not fully prepared.
      % true

35 /100  When I sense confrontation, I feel I must avoid it.
      % true

36 /100  I find it easy to get people to agree with me.
      % true

37 /100  When I am telling a story, it is easy for me to dramatize the expressions and mannerisms involved.
      % true

38 /100  When I am confronted with a choice, I check for additional alternatives.
      % true

39 /100  I try to sell ideas, products or services in which I don't fully believe.
      % true

40 /100  I feel like whistling, dancing or singing, `just because'.
      % true

41 /100  I initiate things.
      % true

42 /100  I have to make an effort to keep my attention on the task at hand.
      % true

43 /100  I finish what I start.
      % true

44 /100  Other than trivial personal items, I consider a purchase's resale and/or investment-return values.
      % true

45 /100  I balance criticism and discipline with encouragement and praise.
      % true

46 /100  I give in easily to what others want.
      % true

47 /100  I have difficulty enjoying the company of other people.
      % true

48 /100  I am told that I missed the speaker's point.
      % true

49 /100  Separate from intuitional feelings and hunches, my emotions affect my judgment.
      % true

50 /100  I am worthy of the rewards I desire.
      % true

51 /100  I am good at putting my ideas into practice.
      % true

52 /100  The people for whom I am responsible are as enthusiastic as they should be.
      % true

53 /100  I keep my bookkeeping current.
      % true

54 /100  I spend enough time planning ahead.
      % true

55 /100  I put off contacting people if I don't know them.
      % true

56 /100  When I am presenting an idea to someone, I balance the talk with lots of questions.
      % true

57 /100  I put off returning my calls.
      % true

58 /100  I make a distinction between the person and the behavior.
      % true

59 /100  I am responsible for the things that happen to me.
      % true

60 /100  I feel that things are getting better.
      % true

61 /100  I ask for what I want.
      % true

62 /100  I find myself `going off in all directions at once'.
      % true

63 /100  I put off taking up disciplinary matters with people.
      % true

64 /100  Financial accountability is part of the perspective I give the people for whom I am responsible.
      % true

65 /100  I resent being criticized.
      % true

66 /100  I push for the extra effort to ensure customer satisfaction.
      % true

67 /100  I circulate at social gatherings.
      % true

68 /100  I am told that I talk too much.
      % true

69 /100  Personal desires sway me from sound decisions.
      % true

70 /100  I deserve to be criticized.
      % true

71 /100  I am careless with my health or diet.
      % true

72 /100  When someone for whom I am responsible quits, I am comfortable that I understand the true reasons.
      % true

73 /100  My workspace is well organized.
      % true

74 /100  I lose track of projects.
      % true

75 /100  I put off telling people news that they will probably think is bad.
      % true

76 /100  I yield easily to being told, "No".
      % true

77 /100  I have trouble talking about my feelings.
      % true

78 /100  I make sure I fully understand anything I am learning.
      % true

79 /100  I fail to practice what I preach.
      % true

80 /100  I feel victimized.
      % true

81 /100  I take a passive role in organizations.
      % true

82 /100  I get distracted by sounds and conversations while I am working.
      % true

83 /100  I feel too busy to handle all of my important tasks properly.
      % true

84 /100  I insist that an expenditure be a good investment for the purpose.
      % true

85 /100  I have negative thoughts about people.
      % true

86 /100  I go out of my way to help people.
      % true

87 /100  When someone does something I dislike, I feel like withdrawing.
      % true

88 /100  I feel impatient when someone is talking to me.
      % true

89 /100  My own prejudices and favored groups or persons are controlling factors in my judgments.
      % true

90 /100  I feel that my age works against me.
      % true

91 /100  I feel `held back' from doing things that I believe I should do.
      % true

92 /100  People for whom I am responsible fail to follow the direction I give them.
      % true

93 /100  It is easy for me to find things after I have put them away.
      % true

94 /100  I know what to do next.
      % true

95 /100  I get nervous at the idea of speaking before a group of people.
      % true

96 /100  When someone says, "I want to think about it", that ends the conversation.
      % true

97 /100  People tell me that I take too long to get to the point.
      % true

98 /100  Things are either right or wrong, black or white.
      % true

99 /100  I do my best.
      % true

100 /100  I get what I want from life.
      % true