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* A person should always look for promotion opportunities at work.
* A solution to a business problem needs to be practical.
* All my coworkers would say they liked me.
* All my supervisors would say I was the best worker they ever had.
* Analysis is the most important step in evaluating a course of action.
* Before I sit down to begin my work, I set clear goals for myself.
* Before I try something new I have to be assured that it is safe.
* Being in a bad mood has no effect on my work.
* Better results are achieved by working at a slow and steady pace than working at a fast pace.
* Business decisions must be based on the assessment of facts.
* Changing work hours or shifts would not bother me.
* Changing workplace procedures tends to be counterproductive.
* Constructive criticism often helps me to improve my performance.
* Coworkers describe me as someone who sticks to my promises.
* Coworkers often have hidden agendas.
* Coworkers will always select me to be the leader of the group.
* Coworkers would describe me as a deep thinker.
* Coworkers would describe me as a risk taker.
* Coworkers would describe me as a supportive person.
* Coworkers would describe me as a take-charge person.
* Coworkers would describe me as a very disciplined person.
* Coworkers would describe me as adventurous.
* Coworkers would describe me as ambitious.
* Coworkers would describe me as assertive.
* Coworkers would describe me as being obedient.
* Coworkers would describe me as being people-oriented.
* Coworkers would describe me as being practical.
* Coworkers would describe me as being supportive.
* Coworkers would describe me as being very even-tempered.
* Coworkers would describe me as being very optimistic.
* Coworkers would describe me as being very outgoing.
* Coworkers would describe me as being very realistic.
* Coworkers would describe me as conscientious.
* Coworkers would describe me as cooperative.
* Coworkers would describe me as quiet.
* Coworkers would describe me as realistic.
* Coworkers would describe me as safety conscious.
* Coworkers would describe me as self-sufficient.
* Coworkers would describe me as someone who accepts authority.
* Coworkers would describe me as someone who focuses on the facts.
* Coworkers would describe me as someone who follows the rules.
* Coworkers would describe me as someone who is motivated by external rewards.
* Coworkers would describe me as someone who likes to work alone.
* Coworkers would describe me as someone who prefers a frequently changing work environment.
* Coworkers would describe me as someone who prefers change.
* Coworkers would describe me as someone who works at a very fast pace.
* Coworkers would describe me as very cautious in matters of safety.
* Coworkers would describe me as very dependable.
* Coworkers would say I am one of the hardest working people they know.
* Coworkers would say I am very persuasive.
* Coworkers would say I do my job in a very steady and even-paced manner.
* Coworkers would say that I complete almost all my projects on time.
* Criticism is a better way to motivate people than praise.
* Determining and assessing the facts is the best way to approach problems.
* Even after coworkers seem to be worn out I usually still have a reserve of energy.
* Even if I was the best person for the job, I prefer to let others take the lead.
* Even when there are pressing issues in my personal life, I am able to remain focused at work.
* Even when they say nothing, I can usually tell when something is bothering my coworkers.
* Experimenting with new ideas in the workplace is important.
* Facts are what help you solve problems.
* Getting ahead in life is important.
* How I feel about a work decision is important to me.
* I adapt quickly to changing work situations.
* I adapt quickly to new work environments.
* I always come up with the best solution to a problem.
* I always know whether I am in a good mood or bad mood.
* I always reach the goals I am assigned.
* I am able to adapt quickly to a variety of work situations.
* I am always happy.
* I am always looking for a chance to advance to a higher level job.
* I am always looking for promotional opportunities at work.
* I am an outgoing person.
* I am attentive to the long-term effects of my actions.
* I am flexible at work.
* I am happy when faced with new challenges.
* I am hurt by criticisms of my performance.
* I am known as someone who is self-sufficient.
* I am the friendliest person I have ever met.
* I am willing to take a risk in order to achieve a higher payout.
* I analyze a problem carefully before trying to solve it.
* I believe I have what it takes to be a leader.
* I believe I will eventually be an executive in a major company.
* I believe that I have strong leadership qualities.
* I believe the best way to solve a problem is to break it down into logical parts and then study each part.
* I believe you first have to collect all the information you can in order to make the best decision.
* I can focus on work even when there are pressing issues in my personal life.
* I can get a lot of work done in a very short period of time.
* I can read people's emotions.
* I cannot imagine ever not liking a coworker.
* I do a good job of planning my work.
* I do my best work when I cooperate with others.
* I enjoy analyzing the motivations of others.
* I enjoy responsibility.
* I enjoy seeing others succeed in the workplace.
* I enjoy working toward a solution to a difficult problem.
* I feel disappointed when my achievements go unnoticed.
* I feel discouraged when my efforts go unnoticed.
* I feel energized in social settings.
* I feel hurt when I receive criticisms of my performance.
* I find it easy to strike-up a conversation with strangers.
* I find that I have a hard time keeping my promises.
* I find working in teams to be unproductive.
* I get frustrated when things go wrong on the job.
* I have always adapted fairly easily to changes at work.
* I have always had long-term plans for my life.
* I have been known to lose my temper when I am upset.
* I have never been late for work.
* I have no problem keeping up with almost any task.
* I like meeting new people.
* I like to challenge authority.
* I like to make my own decisions.
* I like to see other people get ahead in the workplace.
* I like to see other people succeed in the workplace.
* I like to understand other people's feelings.
* I make friends easily.
* I prefer situations where everyone has to work together to reach a goal.
* I prefer to let others lead in group discussions.
* I prefer to work independently.
* I proudly display my awards and trophies.
* I rarely lose my temper.
* I really enjoy breaking a problem down into all of its parts.
* I really like jobs where I am given free reign to make decisions.
* I really like jobs where the responsibility for success falls on my shoulders.
* I really like to help others do their jobs correctly.
* I resent being told by others how to do my job.
* I solve problems in a step-by-step fashion.
* I spend a lot of time just turning problems over in my mind looking for the best solutions.
* I strive to find the most practical solution to a work problem.
* I strive to keep my emotions from interfering with my judgment.
* I take great pride in the honors I receive.
* I tend to be highly critical of others' work.
* I tend to keep my ideas to myself in group discussions.
* I tend to keep to myself.
* I think about the long-term implications of my actions.
* I think everyone should obey those in positions of authority.
* I think people should look for the good in each other.
* I thrive on activities that have an element of danger.
* I try to accomplish my work assignments with the resources that are available to me.
* I try to be very logical when solving work problems.
* I try to fully understand all aspects of a work assignment before taking action.
* I try to spend time thinking about how my decisions will affect people in the future.
* I view coworkers as having honest intentions.
* I welcome change in my life.
* I will spend personal time if necessary to make up for mistakes I have made.
* I will work hard to reach my goal of getting to the top levels of a major company.
* I would always follow a supervisor's instructions exactly.
* I would enjoy doing work that I know will be recognized.
* I would enjoy working for a cutting-edge company, even if there is some risk involved.
* I would never get mad at a coworker.
* I would rather be a leader than a follower.
* I would rather help another person than judge them.
* Identifying the failures in others is more important than identifying their successes.
* If a product functions well, customers will be happy with it.
* If I am given the responsibility for a task, then I should be held accountable for the outcomes.
* If someone is feeling a certain way, I can sense it.
* If something already works, there is no reason to spend time trying to improve on it.
* If you are going to work for a company, then even in your free time you should not engage in activities that would embarrass your company.
* Ignoring personal feelings in the workplace is a big mistake.
* In almost all situations, proven processes should not be changed.
* In critical situations, I usually stay pretty calm and collected.
* In general, I feel that I have control over things that happen to me.
* In order to make a decision at work, you have to compare every possible solution.
* In solving business problems, it is important to consider what works in the real world.
* It bothers me when I do a good deed and it goes unnoticed.
* It is difficult for me to convince coworkers to agree with me.
* It is difficult to find something to say to people who you don't know well.
* It is foolish to take unnecessary risks.
* It is hard to imagine how coworkers feel.
* It is important that ideas at work include practical ways to implement them.
* It is important to experiment with new ideas in the workplace.
* It is important to follow directions from supervisors even when you disagree with them.
* It is important to know how coworkers think.
* It is important to take chances in life.
* It is important to understand how your coworkers feel.
* It is important to understand the long term implications of your decisions.
* It is more important to point out faults than to praise the good in people.
* It is okay to bend the rules in order to do a better job.
* It makes me nervous to take the responsibility of leading others.
* Letting others know about one's accomplishments is important.
* Making new friends is not as easy as it would seem.
* Mistakes are learning experiences.
* Most people are hard workers.
* Most people can be trusted.
* My coworkers would describe me as someone who understands how they feel.
* My outlook on life would be described as upbeat.
* Non-traditional approaches to problems tend to be successful.
* One must consider the realities of a situation when solving a problem.
* One of the reasons I will work hard is because I want to get promoted into higher-level jobs.
* One should be realistic when solving problems.
* Organizations should be logical.
* Others recognizing the good work I do is not that important to me.
* Over the course of the day, I can experience many mood changes.
* People are generally good.
* People deserve to be made fun of when they make mistakes.
* People generally do the right thing.
* Personal feelings are very important in a business environment.
* Personal feelings must be put aside in a business environment.
* Safe routines bore me.
* Self-sufficiency is the key to being successful.
* Setting project goals is a waste of time because you always end up changing them anyway.
* Smart employers are willing to take risks in implementing innovative policies.
* Smart employers recognize that innovative ideas are worth the risk.
* Sometimes criticism of my work will hurt my feelings.
* Sometimes there is so much stress I wonder how I am going to make it through the day.
* Supervisors know that I do as much on my own as possible.
* The assessment of facts must serve as the basis for business decisions.
* The best business solutions are the ones that work.
* The difference between what is right and wrong is usually very clear.
* The good of the company is one of the important aspects of my life.
* The promise of a reward motivates me to accept additional tasks.
* There is nothing wrong with challenging supervisors about workplace policies.
* Things usually work out for the best.
* Time should not be spent trying to improve something that already works.
* To motivate people to improve their performance, it is more important to tell them what they did wrong than what they did right.
* Understanding all the possible consequences when making a decision is important.
* Understanding how people think really interests me.
* When faced with high-demand jobs, I am rarely stressed.
* When I am in a bad mood, it affects my work.
* When I get upset, I yell at other people.
* When I look at the world around me, I have little hope for mankind.
* When I make a promise, you can count on it.
* When I resolve a problem at work I expect the solution to be very doable.
* When making a major purchase, I often spend months to learn all the issues.
* When working in a group I prefer greater influence.
* Whether I succeed or fail is ultimately left up to me.
* Working at a quick pace generally results in poor work.
* Working at a slow and steady pace generally results in better results than working at a fast pace.
* Working at a slower pace prevents burnout too early in the workday.
* Working at a standard even pace is my preferred approach to work.
* Working hard is the key to being successful.
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