What is Your Organizational
Bounce Back Quotient©
How strong and flexible is
your organization? How well and how quickly will you respond to setbacks,
challenges or changes? Do you create or seize new opportunities and act on
them? Answer the questions below to test your Organizational Bounce Back
Mark the number that best indicates the extent to which each statement is true
from your perspective. Be honest with yourself.
||Very great extent
- Everyone in our
organization knows and understands our mission. _____
- Expectations are clearly
spelled out. _____
- All parts of the
organization collaborate effectively. _____
- When we have a meeting
we accomplish something of value. _____
- Everyone practices
- Necessary training and
support are provided during changes. _____
- We nurture and renew our
motivation and passion for our work. _____
- Finding a better way is
a focus for everyone at every level. _____
- We never feel like
- People feel valued for
the work they do. _____
- We discontinue forms,
processes, or practices that aren't necessary. _____
- We look for or create
new opportunities and act on them. _____
Total your score here
organization is strong and resilient.
Your organization is resilient but may have a few concerns.
Your organization will have some difficulty bouncing back from setbacks and
changes. Review the low score numbers.
Your organization may get stuck for long periods negatively impacting
morale, quality and productivity. Issues need to be addressed immediately.
Your organization's bounce is busted. You may not survive much less thrive.
Make a plan to work on strategic and tactical issues now!
For the complete Organizational Bounce Back Quotient©
assessment tool with its unique scoring mechanism and workbook click here. To
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