Leadership and Justice - Human Relations - (copy)

Leadership and Social Justice

This questionnaire is to describe your leadership style as you perceive it. Please answer all items on this answer sheet.

93 descriptive statements are listed on the following pages. Judge how frequently each statement fits you. The word “others” may mean your peers, clients, direct reports, supervisors, and/or all of these individuals.

The term "Social Justice" appears, and is not intended to represent any type of redistribution of wealth by the government, but instead individual choices we all make.




  1. I put others' interests ahead of my own

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always



  1. I do everythingI can to serve others

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always



  1. I am someone that others will turn to if they have a personal trauma

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always



  1. I am alert to what's happening around me

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always



  1. I offer compelling reasons to get others to do things

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always



  1. I encourage others to dream "big dreams" about the organization

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I am good at anticipating the consequences of decisions

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I am good at helping others with their emotional issues

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I have great awareness of what is going on

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I am very persuasive

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always



  1. I believe that the organization needs to play a moral role in society

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I am talented at helping others heal emotionally

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I am in touch with what is going on

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I am good at convincing others to do things

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I believe that our organization needs to function as a community

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I sacrifice my own interests to meet others' needs

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I can help others mend their hard feelings

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I am gifted when it comes to persuading others

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I see the organization for its potential to contribute to society

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I encourage others to have a community spirit in the workplace

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I go above and beyond the call of duty to meet others' needs

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I know what is going to happen

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I am preparing the organization to make a positive difference in the future

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I am preparing the organization to make a positive difference in the future

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I provide others with assistance in exchange for their efforts

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I re-examine critical assumptions to question whether they are appropriate

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I fail to interfere until problems become serious

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I focus attention on irregularities, mistakes, exceptions, and deviations from standards

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I avoid getting involved when important issues arise

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I talk about my most important values and beliefs

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I am absent when needed

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I seek differing perspectives when solving problems

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I talk optimistically about the future

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I instill pride in others for being associated with me

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I discuss in specific terms who is responsible for achieving performance targets

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I wait for things to go wrong before taking action

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I talk enthusiastically about what needs to be accomplished

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I specify the importance of having a strong sense of purpose

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I spend time teaching and coaching

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I make clear what one can expect to receive when performance goals are achieved

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I show that I am a firm believer in “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I go beyond self-interest for the good of the group

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I treat others as individuals rather than just as a member of a group

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I demonstrate that problems must become chronic before I take action

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I act in ways that build others’ respect for me

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I concentrate my full attention on dealing with mistakes, complaints, and failures

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I consider the moral and ethical consequences of decisions

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I keep track of all mistakes

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I display a sense of power and confidence

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I articulate a compelling vision of the future

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I direct my attention toward failures to meet standards

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I avoid making decisions

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I consider an individual as having different needs, abilities, and aspirations from others

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I get others to look at problems from many different angles

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I help others to develop their strengths

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I suggest new ways of looking at how to complete assignments

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I delay responding to urgent questions

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I emphasize the importance of having a collective sense of mission

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I express satisfaction when others meet expectations

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I express confidence that goals will be achieved


     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I am effective in meeting others’ job-related needs

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I use methods of leadership that are satisfying

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I get others to do more than they expected to do

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I am effective in representing others to higher authority

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I work with others in a satisfactory way

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I heighten others’ desire to succeed

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I am effective in meeting organizational requirements

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I increase others’ willingness to try harder

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I lead a group that is effective

     
      1 2 3 4  
    Not at All  Frequently if not Always


  1. I believe that it is important to make sure that all individuals and groups have a chance to speak and be heard, especially those from traditionally ignored or marginalized groups

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. I believe that it is important to allow individuals and groups to define and describe their problems, experiences and goals in their own terms

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. I believe that it is important to talk to others about societal systems of power, privilege, and oppression

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. I believe that it is important to try to change larger social conditions that cause individual suffering and impede well-being

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. I believe that it is important to help individuals and groups to pursue their chosen goals in life

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. I believe that it is important to promote the physical and emotional well-being of individuals and groups

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. I believe that it is important to respect and appreciate people’s diverse social identities .

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. I believe that it is important to allow others to have meaningful input into decisions affecting their lives

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. I believe that it is important to support community organizations and institutions that help individuals and group achieve their aims

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. I believe that it is important to promote fair and equitable allocation of bargaining powers, obligations, and resources in our society

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. I believe that it is important to act for social justice .

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. I am confident that I can have a positive impact on others’ lives.

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. I am certain that I possess an ability to work with individuals and groups in ways that are empowering

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. If I choose to do so, I am capable of influencing others to promote fairness and equality

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. I feel confident in my ability to talk to others about social injustices and the impact of social conditions on health and well-being

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. I am certain that if I try, I can have a positive impact on my community

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. Other people around me are engaged in activities that address social injustices .

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. Other people around me feel that it is important to engage in dialogue around social injustices

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. Other people around me are supportive of efforts that promote social justice

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. Other people around me are aware of issues of social injustices and power inequalities in our society

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. In the future, I will do my best to ensure that all individuals and groups have a chance to speak and be heard

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. In the future, I intend to talk with others about social power inequalities, social injustices, and the impact of social forces on health and well-being

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. In the future, I intend to engage in activities that will promote social justice

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. In the future, I intend to work collaboratively with others so that they can define their own problems and build their own capacity to solve problems

     
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7  
    Strongly Disagree  Strongly Agree


  1. Have you ever held a leadership role over people, resources, or tasks?
    Yes
    No


  1. What is your religious affiliation?


  1. How many hours did you spend last month mobilizing, teaching, or inspiring others to give time, talent, and treasure to those less fortunate?


  1. How many hours last month did you spend giving your time and talent to help those less fortunate than you?


  1. What is your annual income?


  1. What is your ethnic background?


  1. How much of your monthly after-tax income, as a percentage, do you give to help alleviate poverty or suffering in the life of others?


  1. How many days in the last month would be characterized as those where at least one hour was spent serving the less fortunate? Type a 1 or 2 digit number


  1. What is your political orientation?


  1. What is your Gender (Male or Female)


  1. What is your age? Enter a two digit number


  1. Enter your email address if you would like to be contacted about your results.