Assessing Your Mindset Take our mini assessment to see how strengths focused your mindset, or way of thinking, is. Think of your last week or two at work and everything that happened during that time. In the following pairs of statements, click the one that you think most describes you attitude or behaviour during that time: _______________________________________________________ 1. I am pleased with what I was able to accomplish. I didn't manage to achieve very much.2. I got to do the things that I do best. I did lots of things but I'm not sure which things I'm good at.3. My team members were a pleasure to work with. My team members were difficult, as they usually are.4. My team members made excellent contributions. My team members didn't contribute as much as they really should.5. As far as was possible, the tasks people in the team were occupied with were allocated to them in a way that plays to their strengths. People did the tasks allocated to their role.6. I gave each and every one of them feedback on their positive contributions. I didn't give much positive feedback. It's not something I do all that much.7. It was clear to me that people in the team are highly motivated and enjoying their work. Team members didn't look too motivated or enjoying what they were doing. That's the way it usually is.8. I was able to encourage people to think about where they could perform at an even higher level. I told a few of them what I was not happy about. I do this regularly.9. I started off our team meeting with a sharing of achievements and successes since our previous meeting. I focused our team meeting on the problems in the team. That's what I usually do.10. I ended our team meeting looking at what we had achieved during it. I ended our team meeting with a recap on what I need people to do, to ensure the message got through.11. Where I had to point out weak areas of performance, I communicated my confidence in the person's abilities. Where I had to point out weak areas of performance, I expressed my dissatisfaction.12. When we addressed a problem I focused the discussion on describing the solution and how we will get there. When we addressed a problem, I ensured we identified the cause and who was responsible.Click submit to see your score.