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Seven Keys. 16 September 2009. © PvN. 45. 1. Egalitarian/Hierarchical. 1. generally prefer a formal, more structured work environment. disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly. 2. I like for my boss to set my priorities. disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly.

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seven keys
Seven Keys

16 September 2009

© PvN

45

1

egalitarian hierarchical
Egalitarian/Hierarchical

1. generally prefer a formal, more structured work environment.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

2. I like for my boss to set my priorities.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

3. I think people should acknowledge rank in the workplace.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

4. I like to have a clear definition of my role in the organization.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

5. I prefer to get my work approved by my boss on an ongoing basis.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

2

group focus
Group Focus

1. When confronted with a challenge, I prefer to it solve with a group.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

2. I believe that team members should clear their work with each other

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

3. I prefer to be recognized as part of a team (rather than alone).

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

4. I like to sit in an open office environment.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

5. I am most comfortable presenting a business plan as part of a team.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

3

relationships
Relationships

1. I make friends easily.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

2. I need to build trust with people before working with them.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

3. When I make friends, I tend to keep them for a very long time.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

4. I will try very hard to avoid a disagreement, even when that seems

necessary.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

5. When choosing team members, I pick my friends first.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

4

communication styles
Communication Styles
  • I like to communicate the full story with all the details to be sure I'm
  • understood.
  • disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

2. When giving feedback, I'm very careful not to hurt someone's feelings.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

3. I look for more in a message than the words spoken.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

  • I hate when people get right to the point without concern for the
  • listener.
  • disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly
  • I don't think that being brief and concise is as important as being
  • thorough and sensitive.
  • disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

5

time orientation
Time Orientation

1. I think that being prompt is a sign of respect and competence.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

2. I think deadlines should be met regardless of the personal cost.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

3. I think that meetings should start and end on time.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

4. I think it's OK to interrupt people who take too long.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

5. I see time as being completely in my control.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

6. I think time management is an important skill.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

6

change tolerance
Change Tolerance

1. I think that change generally improves process.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

2. I believe that people should be encouraged to take prudent risks.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

3. 1 am comfortable introducing changes into my daily life.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

4. I think it's 0K to make modifications midstream in a process.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

5. When proposing new ideas, I like to put a positive spin on them.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

7

motivation work life balance
Motivation/Work-Life Balance

1. I don't think that work should intrude on personal time.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

2. I identify myself more by my personal life than my work life.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

3. I believe the adage "I work to live, not live to work" is correct.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

4. I believe that personal stature is gained by my interests and my

education, not from the workplace.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

5. I am not prepared to sacrifice family time for promotions at work.

disagree strongly 1 2 3 4 5 agree strongly

8

scores

Change Tolerant

Change Averse

Individual

Group

Indirect

Direct

Transactional

5-9

5-9

5-9

5-9

5-9

5-9

5-9

10-13

10-13

10-13

10-13

10-13

10-13

10-13

14-17

14-17

14-17

14-17

14-17

14-17

14-17

18-21

18-21

18-21

18-21

18-21

18-21

18-21

22-25

22-25

22-25

22-25

22-25

22-25

22-25

Interpersonal

High

Low

Egalitarianism

Hierarchy

Balance

Status

Scores

9

egalitarian hierarchical11
Egalitarian/Hierarchical
  • Hierarchy/egalitarianism is the way individuals view authority and power (deference to people in authority).
    • whether people are entitled to express themselves
    • how empowered people feel to make independent decisions and take the initiative
    • Are people in authority better or have they earned that status by merit, and is it open to other with the same degree of effort?
  • Hierarchy/egalitarianism refers to
    • how people view their relationship to people in power
    • how casually or formally people relate one another
    • whether a culture believes all people are created equal
    • how much social mobility exists
    • who is responsible for decision making
    • the degree of authority and personal initiative people feel they have

11

egalitarian hierarchical12

5-9

10-13

14-17

18-21

22-25

Egalitarianism Hierarchy

Egalitarian/Hierarchical

12

group focus13
Group Focus
  • Group focus describes whether people identify themselves as part of a group or by their individual responsibility and whether work would be a collective output or a series of individual contributions.
  • Group focus refers to
    • the importance of the group in relation to the individual
    • whether people want to be distinguished from the group or considered part of a particular group
    • the idea that group harmony is necessary to achieve business goals
    • the importance of living and working together in harmony

13

group focus14

5-9

10-13

14-17

18-21

22-25

Individual Group

Group Focus

14

relationships15
Relationships
  • The relationships dimension describes the importance a society ascribes to building extensive connections and developing trust and how central relationships are as a prerequisite to working with someone.
  • Relationships refer to
    • the importance of developing a personal relationship before conducting business
    • the implied expectations and obligations of a relationship
    • whether trust is assumed or earned
    • whether rules are interpreted equally or there are special conditiions for friends
    • the value of connections

15

relationships16

5-9

10-13

14-17

18-21

22-25

Transactional Interpersonal

Relationships

16

communication styles17
Communication Styles
  • Communication styles refer to
    • the ways societies use language, both verbal and non-verbal
    • the amount of information people need to receive or share in order to understand a message. Is it brief and task-relevant, or does it include background information as well?
    • the directness or subtleness of the language people use
    • the way people use words or gestures to express feeling or moods
    • the importance of harmony and saving face

17

communication styles18

5-9

10-13

14-17

18-21

22-25

Direct Indirect

Communication Styles

18

time orientation19
Time Orientation
  • Time orientation is the degree to which people believe they can control time and whether schedules or people are more important. It affects time management, long- and short-term planning, schedules, and adherence to agendas and deadlines.
  • Time orientation refers to
    • the amount of control people feel they have over time. Do you control time, or is it out of your control?
    • the importance society places on relationships versus keeping schedules
    • attitude toward timekeeping and punctuality
    • comfort level with short-range versus longer-term planning
    • the appropriateness of assigning set times for social functions or business meeting to start and finish

19

time orientation20

5-9

10-13

14-17

18-21

22-25

Low High

Time Orientation

20

change tolerance21
Change Tolerance
  • Change tolerance refers to the perception of how much control we believe we have our our lives and destinies (is our life determined by us or by external forces?) and our comfort level with change, innovation, and risk taking. Do we see change as bringing opportunities or as threats to be avoided?
  • Change tolerance refers to
    • openness to change and innovation
    • willingness to take risks
    • if people feel they control their destiny or if their environment controls them
    • preference for rules and structure
    • how the organization encourages and rewards initiative and deals with failure

21

change tolerance22

5-9

10-13

14-17

18-21

22-25

Change Averse Change Tolerant

Change Tolerance

22

motivation work life balance23
Motivation/Work-Life Balance
  • Motivation/work-life balance describes the emphasis that people in a society place on achievement and status by hard work, versus the focus on personal time and activities.
  • Motivation/work-life balance refers to
    • how people identify the ways they gain status, whether through achievement or personal life; how people define their status in society, whether from personal life or work achievements
    • how one’s work influences one’s self-image and self-perception
    • motivation for success: why people work and what I means
    • how much work-life balance is values
    • which is more motivating: time off or a promotion\the presence or absence of laws and policies promoting family benefits
    • what constitutes status

23

motivation work life balance24

5-9

10-13

14-17

18-21

22-25

Balance Status

Motivation/Work-Life Balance

24