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Please answer the following Multiple Choice Questions to see if you’d fit in with the rest of us Azadeans. Be sure to read all of the answers to the end before you select one.
What does “work” mean to you?
a. “Work” is the latest dance craze to emerge from inner cities. I tried it once and threw my back out.
b. “Work” means money. Period.
c. “Work” is for geeks. I want to be my own boss.
d. “Work” is how I’ll expand my skill-set, make new friends, boost my savings, and build a career.
A workplace should
a. Be customer-focused, striving at all times to deliver on the promises it makes.
b. Operate like a team, with every member contributing according to his or her abilities and responsibilities.
c. Invest in its own future by providing employees with the training and experience they need to advance.
d. Reward hard work and innovation with perks like bonuses and staff discounts.
e. All of the above.
When it comes to fashion, I
a. Never wear anything but faded track suits and second-hand shoes.
b. Have a personal assistant do all my shopping, which is problematic because that makes my PA the only person on Earth who knows how much I really weigh.
c. Stay up to date with all the latest styles, colors, and trends so I can look and feel my best.
Which statement best describes you?
a. Going to work is an obligation that you can’t avoid if you want to pay your bills.
b. When you’re on the job, you just want to keep your head down and hope no one notices when you screw up.
c. You prefer to do the same thing all day, every day, forever, and new challenges make you curl up into the fetal position.
d. The best way to keep work fun and interesting is to be passionate about what you do.
Which of the following is the most important value for a workplace?
a. Ambition: the only people who get ahead are those who stop at nothing to climb the ladder.
b. Who needs education, training or experience when my uncle’s lawyer’s brother-in-law went to middle school with the boss’s next-door neighbor?
c. Rest and aggravation: never do more than you absolutely have to, and never hesitate to take credit for what someone else did.
d. Integrity: no other factor is more important in building relationships of trust with clients, colleagues, suppliers, and business partners.
The best way to get the job done is to
a. Do it myself. I always have the best ideas anyway.
b. Remain inconspicuous and let someone else do the heavy lifting.
c. Get it done fast so it looks I’m on the ball, then blame someone else if it goes wrong.
d. Work as a team. That way, everyone works toward the same goal, increasing the odds of success.
a. Never having to say you’re sorry.
b. Always having to say you’re sorry.
c. The ability to open a bank account all by yourself.
d. Holding yourself and your teammates to high standards so that everyone stays motivated and engaged.
My overall career goal is to
a. Do a little bit of everything, as long as no one asks me to do very much of anything.
b. Avoid setting goals: if I never try to do anything special, I’ll never have to experience failure.
c. Be original by starring in my own reality show about someone who stars in their own reality show about someone who stars in their own reality show about being original.
d. Be the best version of “me ” I can be by learning my trade, gaining experience, and winning the respect of my colleagues.
An angry customer walks into the store to register a complaint. You…
a. Hide behind some product shelves until someone else handles the problem.
b. Commiserate with the customer, but insist that nothing can be done, so they’ll just have to deal with it.
c. Deny that any problem exists until the customer gives up and walks away.
d. Argue with the customer that he or she must have caused the problem themselves, then threaten to have them arrested, jailed, and/or deported.
e. Promise to do everything you can to rectify the situation, identify the problem by getting as much information as you can, determine the best solution, and implement that solution, including follow-up if necessary.
In general, I
a. Hope that everything will turn out for the best. All I have to do is close my eyes, click my heels together, and wait for fame and fortune to find me.
b. Know that nothing will ever change. The rich will keep getting richer, the poor will keep getting poorer, and I’ll never be able to afford a gold-plated Lamborghini.
c. Believe in possibilities.
d. Refuse to answer multiple-choice questions on the grounds that they obstruct my right to freedom of expression by limiting the clarity, context, and scope of my responses, not to mention my flair for the dramatic.
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