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J/EAQ: Job/Environmental Analysis Questionnaire

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Hope (Informal Expectations): The often unacknowledged, but shared, expectations regarding my achievement of specific outcomes.

Hope Score: __________

1 = No informal hope: No expression or even apparent consideration of desired outcomes that I might achieve in my job by any stakeholder group in this organization.

2 = Low level of informal hope: Sporadic and isolated expression of desire regarding outcomes I might achieve by one or more stakeholder groups in this organization.

3 = Moderate level of informal hope: Fairly widespread and public expression of desire regarding outcomes I might achieve by one or more stakeholder groups in this organization, this desire being related to the mission and goals of this organization.

4 = High level of informal hope: Widespread public expression of desire regarding outcomes of this project by many stakeholder groups in this organization, their hopes residing in the recognition of important role I play in helping to sustain the mission and achieve the goals of this organization.

5 = Very high level of informal hope: Powerful and even over-riding desire throughout the organization that I will be successful—may even be an assumption (accurate or inaccurate) that future of organization rides on the outcomes I achieve in my work.

Enabling [Internal Locus of Control] [Demand Element]

Enabling Total Score: __________

Assisting (Tangible Enablement): The direct ways in which I can be of benefit to others in the organization and, more specifically, contribute to their success in sustaining the mission and achieving the goals of this organization.

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