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Your personal
self-assessment questionnaire
The purpose of this questionnaire is to help you become more aware
of your own values, and how these values influence your decisions
and actions.
Our values reflect what is important to us. They are a way of
describing our individual motivations. Together with our beliefs, they
are the causal factors that drive our decision-making, which leads to
our actions. They’re the things that make us tick.
Understanding our values helps us better understand ourselves and
why we may act or react in the way we do. Think about a time when
someone undermined one of your values, say they posted on
Facebook some information you’d told them in confidence. You had
feelings of hurt and betrayal, because trust is a value to you. Similarly
if you told a lie, when you hold firmly to the value of honesty, you
would feel uneasy and unsettled, because you are not being true to
yourself.
Knowing and recognising this type of information about yourself is
valuable in how you use your own personal brand.

Harnessing the exponential power of
your personal brand

www.broncook.co.nz
© 2015 Bron Cook

Please make sure you answer the question you are asked, not the
question you wish you were asked. It’s very easy to get off-track
when a question is perhaps too difficult or requires too much
personal introspection. Be sure to stay on topic.
A task like this is best done privately and in an environment where
you are relaxed and not pushed for time. Ideally you will be free
from interruption and distraction, so perhaps your desk at work isn’t
the best place!
If you’re an early riser while the rest of your household sleeps, you
might like to make yourself a cup of tea and sit at a table and give
some quiet thought to your answers. Maybe night time is better for
you, when the shrill of a busy day has given way to a stillness and a
permission to relax and think. Then again, you might want to head to
a local library or coffee shop and put your headphone in and find
your little patch of quiet there.
Ideally it should take you about 45 minutes to answer the questions
comprehensively and intuitively but again, there is no set time. Nor
do you need to do it all at once. You must remember that this isn’t a
test, and you are not going to receive a score.
It is an exercise in honesty and revelation. It’s about finding out the
true essence of you and then seeing how you can use your strengths
and your natural gifts to your best ability, and how you can use them
as an asset in your career.
Brand well.
Bron x

Harnessing the exponential power of
your personal brand

www.broncook.co.nz
© 2015 Bron Cook

Personal self-assessment questionnaire
Page 1

(1)

What was the most successful work project you have ever tackled? What was it about
your input and skills this project that made it so successful?

(2)

What is the most important team role you have ever fulfilled, and why?

(3)

What do you think are your top three traits/qualities/strengths? You can refer to the
Value Word List attached for guidance.

Harnessing the exponential power of
your personal brand

www.broncook.co.nz
© 2015 Bron Cook

Personal self-assessment questionnaire
Page 2

(4)

When faced with an overwhelming task, what is your “go to” skill?

(5)

What skills do you want to focus on and develop more as you move forward in your
career?

(6)

What do other people say to you about your personal strengths? You do not need to
limit this to work colleagues.

Harnessing the exponential power of
your personal brand

www.broncook.co.nz
© 2015 Bron Cook

Personal self-assessment questionnaire
Page 3

(7)

What skills and strengths have you mastered but would prefer to not use every day?

(8)

What do you think are your three biggest weaknesses that may be holding you back
from advancing both personally and professionally?

(9)

Did you ever discover that others saw strengths in you that you thought were
weaknesses? If so, please describe.

Harnessing the exponential power of
your personal brand

www.broncook.co.nz
© 2015 Bron Cook

Personal self-assessment questionnaire
Page 4

(10)

What are the top five things on your To-Do List? This does not have to be solely workrelated. It can range from tertiary study to a home improvement project to travel.

(11)

What are the top five things on your Stop-Doing List? What do you want to eliminate
from your life? This can range from quitting smoking to learning to speak your mind to
procrastination. This does not have to be solely work-related.

(12)

If your house was on fire and you could save three objects (assuming your family, friends
and pets are all safe) what would they be?

Harnessing the exponential power of
your personal brand

www.broncook.co.nz
© 2015 Bron Cook


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