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ARE YOU A LEADER?

The following questionnaire is for personal information only and is not meant to be a professional evaluation. As with many research questionnaires, this questionnaire may not be normed for online participants. Please take this into account when you receive the results. However, as more people complete these questionnaires the results will become more accurate. You may be asked after you complete the questionnaire to submit it for research purposes which will improve the accuracy of results.

This questionnaire assesses personality characteristics that are related to leadership qualities including tendency to lead, to be assertive and goal-oriented, and ability to cooperate.

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For each item: How Well Does the Following Describe You?

Item 1: Automatically take charge.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 2: Listen to my conscience.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 3: Value cooperation over competition.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 4: Let others make the decisions.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 5: Tell tall stories about myself.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 6: Let myself be pushed around.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 7: Take charge.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 8: Am afraid to draw attention to myself.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 9: Need a lot of time to do things.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 10: Never at a loss for words.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 11: Play tricks on others.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 12: Enjoy crude jokes.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 13: Am not highly motivated to succeed.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 14: Wait for others to lead the way.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 15: Can easily push myself forward.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 16: Have little to say.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 17: Try to lead others.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 18: Think too highly of myself.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 19: Come up with a solution right away.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 20: Know what I want.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 21: Express myself easily.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 22: Do a lot in my spare time.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 23: Impose my will on others.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 24: Have difficulty expressing my feelings.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 25: Am always busy.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 26: Stick up for myself.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 27: Love a good fight.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 28: Comment loudly about others.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 29: Am the first to act.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 30: Seek conflict.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 31: Know how to captivate people.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 32: Turn plans into actions.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 33: Enjoy being reckless.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


Item 34: Do dangerous things.


Very inaccurate.
Moderately inaccurate.
Neither inaccurate nor accurate.
Moderately accurate.
Very accurate.


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For authors and more information:
Goldberg, L. R., Johnson, J. A., Eber, H. W., Hogan, R., Ashton, M. C., Cloninger, C. R., & Gough, H. C. (2006). The International Personality Item Pool and the future of public-domain personality measures. Journal of Research in Personality, 40, 84-96.

International Personality Item Pool: A Scientific Collaboratory for the Development of Advanced Measures of Personality Traits and Other Individual Differences (http://ipip.ori.org/). Internet Web Site.



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