Open to Change
Notices when things change and sees it as an opportunity.
Open to new experiences including work environments, roles, and tasks.
Will consider others' viewpoints and suggestions to get the job done.
Handles normal amounts of stress. Uses feedback in a positive way. Is able to learn from things that go wrong.
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Which of the following actions describe the first trait of adaptability?
You have been working in the bakery of a grocery store for a few months and your boss asks you to consider training as a cashier. What response shows that you are willing to consider this change?
All of the following actions are examples of being open to new experiences, EXCEPT:
You work at a restaurant as a host or hostess. Your co-worker, who is a server, calls to say she got in a car accident on the way to work. Your boss tells you to help wait tables. You’ve never taken customer orders before. What should you do?
Which of the following statements is true about considering others’ viewpoints?
You are tutoring a female exchange student to help her with English. Your friend tells you that you shouldn’t talk to her about politics because this could be a sensitive topic. What do you do with this advice?
All of the following are good ways to deal with stress, EXCEPT:
You just coached your first soccer game. The kids all seemed to have a good time. Later, the mother of a player calls and says you had poor strategy and need to make sure her child plays more. How should you deal with the criticism?
All of the following traits are part of an adaptability skill set, EXCEPT:
When someone is adaptable, they: