Training Needs Analysis Questionnaire
Would you please answer the following questions, simply by clicking on the 'Yes' or 'No' button.
At the end of the questionnaire, as a result of the answers you have given, you will receive your free personalised, training needs analysis.
The training analysis will reveal two things:
- Your relative strengths and what you can do to profit from them.
- Your relative weak points and what training you might need to improve them.
This questionnaire is free, it is informative and fun.
Before you begin: if you wish, you can view an example report here.
Q1 - Do you know the big picture vision of your organisation in terms of the goals for the next one, to three years?
Q2 - Have you a written set of professional standards that you hold yourself to every day, even on the days you do not feel like it?
Q3 - Are you a goal-focused individual?
Q4 - Do you know what SMART targets are?
Q5 - Are you able to listen attentively, without interruption to somebody with whom you disagree?
Q6 - Do you sometimes talk too much?
Q7 - Do you too frequently fail to speak up when you know you should say something?
Q8 - Do you sometimes say to yourself 'I know what I mean, but I can't explain it'?
Q9 - Do you take time to define the meaning of your most important words and phrases to ensure people understand exactly what you are saying?
Q10 - Do you spend more time talking about the causes of problems than how to solve them?
Q11 - Do you have many days when you are busy all day, but relatively non-productive?
Q12 - Are you able to name the differences between: a goal, a to-do list and an action plan?
Q13 - Do you start so many tasks at once that you are forced to spread yourself too thinly and therefore make only minimal progress on them?
Q14 - Do you operate according to a written plan?
Q15 - Do you put things off that you know you should do, because you are 'not in the mood'?
Q16 - Are you easily distracted?
Q17 - Do you plan ahead more than one month?
Q18 - Do you know how to use decision matrix to organise priorities and make decisions?
Q19 - Do you have the correct balance between work and rest?
Q20 - When in a conflict situation, do you act calmly and carefully?
Q21 - When in a conflict situation, do you try and avoid saying anything for too long in the hope it will sort itself out?
Q22 - Do you use highly charged language in an attempt to let the person know how you 'honestly feel'?
Q23 - Can you, right now, name the difference between a reason and an excuse for not doing something?
Q24 - Do you know what self-concept is?
Q25 - Do you know the difference between objective and subjective language?
Q26 - Do you know the importance of letting the other person save face?
Q27 - Do you know exactly how your mental attitude directly affects your material results?
Q28 - Do you know how to control your mind so you can retain a positive mental attitude during difficult times?
Q29 - Is your mood dependent on how the day unfolds?
Q30 - Are there people or specific business situations that you find particularly unnerving?
Q31 - Do you feel you would benefit if you could develop more self-confidence?
Q32 - Do your current dietary, exercise and drinking habits build outstanding levels of vitality and good health?
Q33 - Do you have methods that allow you to shield yourself from negative influences?
Q34 - Are you able to use your communication skills to consciously raise the spirits of others who are flagging?
Q35 - When people are facing a problem situation, do you focus first on finding out who is responsible?
Q36 - Are you able to criticise others in a way which makes them feel like they are learning, rather than being told off?