Your organization appears to be operating with a strong sense of clarity and confidence. Consider inviting others on your team to take this self-assessment, then compare your scores to confirm that you all share this positive outlook. Keep up the great work, but don’t take your success for granted. Now is the ideal time to consider what qualities have enabled your organization to develop its imperative strength – and what you must do to sustain it.
Your organization appears to be operating with a good sense of clarity and confidence, however your assessment likely reveals one or more weaknesses that you’d be wise to address. Putting some effort into crafting an imperative plan has the potential to substantially elevate your organization’s sense of purposefulness - which will translate to higher morale for your team and a stronger connection with your donors.
Your organization seems to be operating with a weak or inconsistent sense of clarity and confidence. Don't despair, that situation can be quickly remedied! Creating an imperative plan will help you define the “necessary progress” your organization needs to dramatically increase its imperative strength score – and lift its productivity, morale, level of stakeholder support.
Your organization is struggling with its clarity and confidence. Don’t give up! This self-assessment isn't a death sentence - it's a wake-up call for you to craft an imperative plan for your organization. Your first task is to share this tool with others on your team and ask whether they see the situation the same way you do. It’s not unusual for people within the same organization to have totally different assessments of what's going on. Now is the opportune time to convene some courageous conversations about what can or must change. For sure, you should proceed with a sense of urgency.