A SELF-PERCEPTION INVENTORY
DIRECTIONS: For each section distribute a total of ten points among the sentences which you think best describe your behaviour. These points may be spread among several sentences: in extreme cases they might be spread among all the sentences or ten points may be given to a single sentence. Enter the points in the Table.
What I believe I can contribute to a team:
I think I can quickly see new opportunities.
I can work well with a very wide range of people. (c)
Producing ideas is one of my natural assets.
My ability rests in being able to help the quieter people to contribute. (e)
I am good at making sure that tasks are finished off properly. (f)
I don’t mind taking an unpopular position when it leads to worthwhile results in the end. (g)
I can usually sense whether a plan is realistic and likely to work. (h)
I can sum up the discussion without introducing bias or prejudice.
If I have a possible weakness in teamwork, it could be that:
I am not at ease unless meetings are well structured and controlled and generally well conducted. (b)
I am inclined to let others get away with talking too much. (c)
I have a tendency to talk too much once the group gets on to creating new ideas. (d)
I like to stand back and think, which other people think is a sign that I don’t want to join in. (e)
I am sometimes seen as forceful and bossy if there is a need to get something done. (f)
I find it difficult to lead from the front, perhaps because I don’t want to upset people. (g)
I tend to get too caught up in ideas that occur to me and so lose track of what is happening. (h)
I have been accused of worrying too much over detail and the possibility that things may go wrong.
When involved in a project with other people:
I am good at influencing people without pressurising them....
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