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tionnaireTraining needs analysis questionnaire

Welcome to your FREE training needs analysis questionnaire

In order to get the best from your training, you need to discover your relative strengths and weaknesses.

Answer the following questions, simply by clicking either YES or NO to each one. 

At the end, as a result of the answers you have given, you will receive your free personalised, training needs analysis.

The training analysis will reveal two things:

1.  Your relative strengths and what you can do to profit from them.

2.  Your relative weak points and what training you might need to improve them.

This questionnaire is free.

It is informative and fun.

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Top of Form

Part One - Clear purpose and goal focus |

Do you know the big picture vision of your organisation in terms of the goals for the next one, to three years? |

  |       YES  |      NO |   |

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Have you a written set of professional standards that you hold yourself to every day, 

even on the days you do not feel like it? |

  |        YES  |      NO |   |

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Are you a goal-focused individual? |

  |        YES  |      NO |   |

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Do you know what SMART targets are? |

  |     YES  |      NO |   |

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Part Two - Communication skills |

Are you able to listen attentively, without interruption to somebody with whom you disagree? |

  |     YES  |      NO |   |

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Do you sometimes talk too much? |

  |     YES  |      NO |   |

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Do you too frequently fail to speak up when you know you should say something? |

  |     YES  |      NO |   |

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Do you sometimes say to yourself "I know what I mean, but I can't explain it"? |

  |     YES  |      NO |   |

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Do you take time to define the meaning of your most important words and phrases to ensure people understand exactly what you are saying? |

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