Are you Tapping Into the Power of Healthy Tension?

Answer the questions below to find out how well you (and your team) are tapping into the power of healthy tension:

1: Your organization has corporate values such as TEAMWORK, LEADERSHIP and RESPECT; however, these values rarely get lived out on a day to day basis.(Required)
2: Strategic plans get off to a good start, but often get stalled and fail to fully achieve the original goals.(Required)
3: Your organization’s strategies and plans often resemble the pendulum of a grandfather clock; going in one direction for a while, only to swing back to where things were in the first place.(Required)
3: Your organization’s strategies and plans often resemble the pendulum of a grandfather clock; going in one direction for a while, only to swing back to where things were in the first place.(Required)
4: Difficult or uncomfortable conversations often get avoided during team meetings, resulting in many informal “meetings after the meeting”.(Required)
5: Change initiatives and new approaches are met with resistance and skepticism.(Required)
6: The composition of your organization’s staff fails to reflect the diversity of your community in areas such as gender and race.(Required)
7: When discussing differences of opinion between coworkers, conversations often feel like a tug-of-war where each person is only focused on proving the other person wrong and getting them to their “side”.(Required)
8: Internal competition is constantly undermining your ability to do any collaborative team work.(Required)
9: Policies and procedures keep getting in the way of any meaningful progress.(Required)
10: Team members often talk about the struggle to manage the conflicting demands of work and home.(Required)