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Your company has started offering staff two additional, fully funded days of training each year. How would you choose to spend your time?
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You’re discussing work with a colleague as you walk back to your office when you spot someone you know that you haven’t seen for a while. What would you do?
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Management has recently announced that there will be a restructure. You are worried about your future with the company as your department was identified for cuts. What would you do?
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A long-time friend has recently left the company to work in an overseas office and you realise you need someone else to talk to. Who would you try to build a relationship with?
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A friend comes to you looking for advice on how to advance in their career and increase their income. What would you say?
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You’re cleaning out your wallet and find a business card that you vaguely remember receiving a few weeks ago. What would you do?
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You are scheduled to attend a one-day industry conference as a guest tomorrow, and have a couple of hours to prepare. What do you think would be the best way to use your time?
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Your manager has announced their decision to retire at the end of the year, and your company is looking to hire internally. You are a candidate for the position, and you want to be promoted. What two actions below do you think would be the most effective way for you to win promotion in your workplace?

You've been busy at work delivering on some key projects, which has meant long hours in the office, having to work from home and not much time for yourself. Just when you think you’re done, your boss gives you another project to work on. What two actions would you be likely to take?

You’re looking to progress your career and are seeking guidance. What two actions would you be likely to take?

You come out of a long, tense conversation with your manager, who highlighted areas you’re doing well in, but also areas in which you need to lift your game. You don’t agree with your manager and decide to approach a friend you trust to tell it like it is for a second opinion. What two sequences of events are most likely to follow?

Your manager has announced their decision to retire at the end of the year and your company is looking to hire internally. You are a candidate for the position, and you want to be promoted. What do you think would be the most effective way for you to win promotion in your workplace?

You've been busy at work delivering on some key projects, which has meant long hours in the office, having to work from home and not much time for yourself. Just when you think you’re done, your boss gives you another project to work on. What would you do?

You’re looking to progress your career and are seeking advice to guide you. What would you do?

You come out of a long, tense conversation with your manager, who highlighted areas you’re doing well in, but also areas in which you need to lift your game. You don’t agree with your manager and decide to approach a friend you trust to tell it like it is for a second opinion. What sequences of events are most likely to follow?

Your performance review is coming up next month and you are looking to prepare for it so you have the best possible chance of a raise or promotion. What would you do?

Your manager has announced their decision to retire at the end of the year and your company is looking to hire internally. You are a candidate for the position and want to be promoted. What do you think would be the most effective way for you to win promotion in your workplace?

You’ve recently been in arguments with your partner at home about not being around enough and always being tired and grumpy. Your boss, however, has been really impressed with your work and has told you that if you keep it up you will earn a nice bonus at the end of the year. What would you do?

You’re working hard on a project for a client but are stuck on how to complete a task. A close colleague is also working on the project and might be able to help you, but they are very busy with other client meetings. How would you get the work done?

You’re catching up with a person who is further along your career path and you are considering asking them for advice on how to progress your career. What would you do?

Recently you’ve been working extremely hard and feel like you’ve been neglecting your personal growth and goals. You’re looking to see what, if anything, in your life can be improved. What would you do?

You come out of a long, tense conversation with your manager, who highlighted areas you’re doing well in, but also areas in which you need to lift your game. You don’t agree with your manager and decide to approach a friend you trust to tell it like it is for a second opinion. What would they say?

You’ve been stuck for a while on a major part of your project that you can’t figure out how to progress on, and you are falling behind schedule. You’re speaking with an action-oriented colleague about the issue. What would they tell you?

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