QUIZ: How tough are you MENTALLY?

There is widespread, growing interest in understanding the relationship between behavioural preferences and business success, and research has identified a cluster of nine behavioural strengths, or competencies, that are linked to both mental toughness and peak leadership performance. The PRISM Mental Toughness Inventory measures a candidate’s preference for each of those behaviours. 

They include: self-belief, ambition, resilience, self-management, optimism, determination, independence, competitiveness and adaptability. 

The PRISM Mental Toughness Inventory is an exciting advance in the ability to measure the building
blocks that are scientifically linked to business success.

It is important to note, however, that in addition to mental toughness strengths, high-performance leaders are also very effective at relationship building and relationship management, and excel at developing and motivating others through whom they achieve their results.

IF you want to know more contact us and complete the PRISM BRAIN MAPPING MENTAL TOUGHNESS REPORT ONLINE and see how well you know yourself so you can plan your next steps.

Welcome to your Mental Toughness Quiz

Self Belief:
Having and expressing an unshakable belief in one’s own skills, talents and abilities to perform successfully at the highest levels despite tough opposition.
Ambition:
Having high aspirations to set one’s own standard of excellence and to achieve status, recognition or reward by being driven to succeed unconstrained by others.
Resilience:
Having the behavioural persistence to bounce back quickly from difficulties and to see setbacks as nothing more than a minor distraction along the road to ultimate success.
Self Management:
Having the ability to manage effectively one’s own impulsive emotions and to maintain consistently good performance even when under pressure.
Optimism:
Having the ability to see ‘the big picture’, identify opportunities and maintain a strong, positive frame of mind despite setbacks and difficulties.
Determination:
Having the ability to maintain a strong drive and goal focus and avoid distractions that can interfere with optimum performance, regardless of what else is happening.
Independence:
Having the ability to work comfortably on one’s own with a minimum of supervision, or without seeking the advice or opinions of others and to be accountable for one’s actions.
Competitiveness:
Having a strong desire to strive for competitive success, but primarily focusing on challenging oneself to reach optimal performance.

Adaptability:
Having the ability to modify one’s approach to changing situations and to take calculated risks in order to achieve success or the competitive advantage.


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