Now you have completed our Zen assessment of the three basic factors: hand, heart and head. You have an absolute store based on the battery of 12 questions and you have knowledge of what the average store is on each of those scales.
We have coupled this scoring with some brief scenarios which give you a little more depth of where you’re at, some discrete action items and also referrals to some more resources so you can dig deeper into each of these three dimensions. That should be enough to get you started.
But now an even larger question emerges. You’ve got scores for three scales and you get some idea of how you rank on the scales as compared to a peer group. But how do you put all these three things together? That’s the $64 million question as they say. You score in the middle on one, high on another and blow on another. So what does this mean?
Technically, there’s a possibility of 27 different combinations of these three scales across these broad categories. It would be presumptuous of us to think that we could forecast anything more specific based on just this assessment process. At this point we think a personal conversation is required to put these 27 pieces of the puzzle together for you, and your unique situation. We invite you to contact us directly if you are interested in solving this puzzle for yourself so that we can have a brief, no cost chat.
We hope that you have found this brief assessment to be helpful and a learning experience and just perhaps have raised a few questions in the back of your mind that you may want to investigate further. We invite your inquisitive response.
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