Self-Diagnostic Tool
The following questionnaire is to see where you are in your journey of being an innovative leader. The success of this tool is based on the accuracy of your response. The diagnostic can only be helpful if answered honestly. Don't think too hard about any particular question. Just select the most natural answer and move on. We hope this is meaningful for you. See you on the other side! We will talk about the results, your strengths and growth as a leader very soon.
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1. You have a role model(s) in your life who inspires you.
2. You often get upset with yourself when you make a mistake trying something new.
3. You think deeply about who you are and what happened when you struggle through an experience.
4. You usually ignore feedback from a friend, teacher or colleague.
5. Most people say that they like working with you.
6. You don’t have a particular cause or issue you care to solve.
7. You gain transferable skills or abilities that can be applied to other settings from most of your classes.
8. Role models don’t play a key role in your life.
9. You see community service as an opportunity to learn and grow as a leader.
10. Your friends would not call you a “people” person.
11. You can usually see a gap or spot an opportunity that others don't see.
12. You find many of the experiences you are part of as not relevant to you and what you want to do.
13. You look for feedback to improve what you are working on and perform better.
14. You usually wait for someone else to solve the challenges in your life.
15. You feel comfortable making mistakes when trying something new.
16. More can be learned in a class than an extracurricular activity.
17. You have experience leading a group that felt challenging.
18. You hate solving problems.
19. There is a challenge(s) in the world that you would like to tackle.
20. You have never had an experience where you led a group of people directly.
21. You look for ways to limit your distractions to focus on what you are doing.
22. You have signed up for community service or volunteering opportunities for service hours and/or to look good on an application.
23. When it comes to your daily life, you try to take part in new experiences.
24. You find it hard to ask for help from the teacher or an adult when you need it.
25. You enjoy solving most problems.
26. You usually like to stay in your comfort zone.
27. You can engage people in a conversation without preparation.
28. You tend to move on to what is next instead of thinking about how a challenging experience impacted you.
29. Leadership is a choice and an approach.
30. You have many distractions that interrupt you when trying to focus on a task.
31. You brainstorm many possible solutions when solving a problem.
32. Creativity is not important in our data rich and scientific world.
33. You are aware of your weaknesses, vulnerabilities or shortcomings through your experiences and feedback.
34. You tend to solve a problem with the first solution that you think of.
35. You can easily ask a teacher or adult for help when you need it.
36. You find communicating your ideas to be difficult.
37. Creativity is one of the most important skill sets in the world today.
38. You find it hard to ask for help from friends or colleagues when you need it.
39. You come out with transferable skills or abilities that can be applied to other settings from your experiences out of school.
40. Your education is highly dependent on school and the classes you take.
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