Complete the Resistance to Change Questionnaire and view your results. Share your chart in the response.
Listed below are several statements regarding one’s general beliefs and attitudes towards change.
Please indicate the degree to which you agree or disagree with each statement by circling the appropriate number on the scale next to it.
MY RESULTS AND ANSWER TO EACH QUESTION.
Interpreting your results:
Your total resistance-to-change rating is about average. You see both the advantages and disadvantages in changes and are not typically inclined to either resist or promote them. The particular characteristics of the change at hand are more likely to determine your approach towards it. As far as your approach towards routines is concerned, you don’t appear to feel very strongly about them. There are things that you like to do on a regular basis, but on occasion you like to break your routines and do something unexpected or unplanned. Your emotional reaction to changes is mild. You don’t feel too stressed in their presence, but are not entirely indifferent to them. When you think about change, although you are aware of the short-term inconvenience that may be involved, you can still see the potential long-term benefits and can therefore take them into consideration when making decisions about change. Beyond this, you rate like most people in the stability and consistency of your opinions. Although your beliefs are relatively consistent over time, you can still occasionally change your way of viewing things.
Reflect on the following:
The Portfolio Activity entry should be a minimum of 400 words and not more than 700 words. Use APA citations and references if you use ideas from the readings or other sources. (2 sources)