How Hardy Are You

How Hardy Are You - _I I know why I am doing what I am...

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How Hardy Are You? Below are twelve items that appear in the hardiness questionnaire. Evaluating hardiness requires more than this quick test, but this exercise should give you some idea of how hardy you are. Write down how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. 0 = strongly disagree 1 = mildly agree 2 = mildly agree 3 = strongly agree ____ A. Trying my best at work makes a difference _____B. Trusting to fate is sometimes all I can do in a relationship. _____C. I often wake up eager to start on the day’s project. _____D. Thinking of myself as a free person leads to great frustration and difficulty. _____E. I would be willing to sacrifice financial security in my work if something really challenging came along. _____F. It bothers me when I have to deviate from the routine or schedule I’ve set for myself. _____G. An average citizen can have an impact on politics. _____H. Without the right breaks, it is hard to be successful in my field.
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Unformatted text preview: _____I. I know why I am doing what I am doing at work. _____J. Getting close to people puts me at risk of being obligated to them. _____K. Encountering new situations is an important priority in my life. _____L. I really don’t mind when I have nothing to do. Scoring: These questions measure control, commitment, and challenge. For half the questions a high score indicates hardiness; for the other half, a low score does. To calculate your scores, fill in the numbers of your responses as specified on the lines below. Then subtract the totals in the second line from those in the first and write in the results on the bottom line. ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ A + G = _____ C + I = _____ E + K = ______ Minus: Minus: Minus: _____ ______ _____ _____ _____ ______ B + H = _____ D + J = ______ F + L = ______ _____________ ________________ ________________ Control + Commitment + Challenge=...
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2010 for the course EXSS 181 taught by Professor Hedgepeth during the Spring '09 term at UNC.

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