Welcome to The Challenge of Change Assessments
Please note that this is a secure area of the website exclusively for those about to undertake training.
To register and access the assesment area you will require an Access Code. This will have been provided to you by your workshop organiser.
Once registered you will be able to access and complete the appropriate questionnaires for the workshop which you will be attending.
The four questionnaires have all resulted directly from Derek Roger's research programme which began at the University of York in England in the 1980s. They have all been subjected to rigorous validation, and are unique to the Challenge of Change programmes.
The Full CoC Profile
This questionnaire comprises 8 scales which profile personal strengths and liabilities with regard to resilience. The purpose of the Profile is to help you identify those areas you most need to change in order to be more resilient and to cope more effectively, and your scores form the basis for a focused and detailed action plan for implementing change. The Full CoC Profile is for people who will be attending the full one-day Challenge of Change Resilience Training programme.
The Short CoC Profile
The Short CoC Profile includes four of the scales from the 8-scale Full CoC Profile, and is for people who will be attending the half-day Challenge of Change Resilience Training programme.
The CoC Climate Survey and the CoC E-Scales
These CoC Climate Survey assesses company climate in four key areas, while the CoC E-Scales measure individual personality factors that contribute to team performance. For further information about the Challenge of Change teamwork training, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclaimer: All of the questionnaires are the intellectual property of the Work Skills Centre Ltd., and may not be used for any purposes other than by Dr. Derek Roger or Associates approved by him.
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