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About Ready. Set. CHANGE!™ Online Assessment:

Designed to reveal predominant behavior when interacting with others and responding to change, this highly-recommended online social styles assessment tool is designed to align with and enhance learning in the Ready. Set. CHANGE! program.

The Change Response Assessment is based on a 40-item survey consisting of adjectives and adjectival phrases, which measure behavior in assertiveness and responsiveness. After completing the assessment, participants receive the Change Response Profile (written in objective third person) providing them valuable information about their own style of behavior.

Understanding and Interpreting Feedback

The interpersonal style profile is based in the knowledge that human behavior is predictable. We interact with our environment and the people in it, and our actions are reinforced through practice and feedback. Over time these actions become the behaviors that turn into observable patterns. Two patterns that are most observable relate to the extent to which we are comfortable asserting ourselves and the extent to which we are comfortable expressing emotions. Since our behavior is based on habits, we become predictable.

Johari WindowYour interpersonal style profile provides a graphical and narrative description about how your predictable behavior impacts others and the environment in a variety of situations. By understanding your impact on others and the environment, you will become better able to respond to others' expectations.

Feedback solicited from self-assessment or other evaluative tools in the context of how people respond to peoples' behaviors in the workplace is typically based on subjective observations of human behavior. Your survey responses are the result of your observation of your own behavior and as such provide a behavioral road map to improved performance. The following guidelines will help you learn to interpret your feedback so that you can gain full value from your profile.

Understanding and interpreting your profile is most useful when you are able to put it into the two dimensions of “what we know about ourselves” and “what others know about us.” The model of this phenomenon, titled the Johari Window, was created by Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham. It was first introduced in an information session at Western Training Laboratory in Group Development in 1955. The window presents four “panes.”

Johari WindowOpen: The open area (sometimes called the Arena) is that part of our conscious self, our attitudes, behavior, motivation, values, way of life, of which we are aware and that others experience through the way we interact with them and with the environment. This is what we know about ourselves that others know.

Hidden: The hidden area is that which we know about ourselves but do not intentionally share with others. Sometimes things that we believe are hidden from others are not as hidden as we thought. This is what we know about ourselves that others do not know.

Blind: The blind area represents those things about ourselves which we are not aware, but that others may be aware; or things we imagine to be true of ourselves for a variety of reasons but that others do not see at all. This is what others know about us that we do not know.

Unknown: The unknown area is made up of that which neither we nor others are consciously aware of. This is what no one knows about us. (Occasionally something happens – is felt, read, heard, dreamed – something from our unconscious is revealed. Then we “know” what we have never “known” before.)


Ready. Set. CHANGE!™: Reacting Smarter. Adapting Faster. Engaging Together.

Ready. Set. CHANGE!™ helps employees positively and productively navigate any change—big or small. Through learning tools such as right-way behavior modeling and a Change Response Assessment, this program equips employees with skills to react smarter, adapt faster and engage together more productively when change comes around again. Learn more about strategies... Learn more »

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