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1

What does ICCP stand for?

a. IMAGE
b. Career
c. Compatibility
d. Profile

2

What does IMAGE stand for?

a. Intrinsic
b. Motivation
c. Assessment
d. Guide
e. Evaluation

3

What are the 7 intrinsic motivations (or areas of strengths) that are included in the IMAGE Report?

a. Proclaiming.
b. Helping
c. Teaching
d. Exhorting
e. Giving.
f. Managing
g. Comforting

4

Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays a willingness to speak out about concerns regarding what is morally right or wrong?

Proclaiming

5

Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays the ability to encourage?

Exhorting

6

Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays the ability to identify with the emotions of others in order to lend their support?

Comforting

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Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays a willingness to be a supportive assistant?

Helping

8

Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays the ability to carefully explain the difficulty of a topic in a manner that is easy for others to understand?

Teaching

9

When analyzing your motivations, what does the CAUTION section communicate to you?

How you may be mis-understood by others.

10

When analyzing your motivations, what does the WARNING section communicate to you?

How you may be mis-understood by yourself.

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What does PILOT motivation represent?

Your strongest motivation.

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What do PROACTIVE motivations represent?

The 2nd and 3rd motivations that support the 1st (PILOT) motivation.

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What do REACTIVE motivations represent?

The other four motivations.

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What is a PILOT DOMINANT pattern?

Your PILOT motivation dominates the PROACTIVE motivations.

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What is a PROACTIVE-DOUBLET pattern?

Your PILOT and top PROACTIVE motivations are nearly equal in impact.

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What is a PROACTIVE-BLEND pattern?

Your PILOT and the two PROACTIVE motivations are nearly equal in impact.

17

What is a NO PATTERN?

None of the seven motivations stand out.

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In the chart labeled the “10 Points of Contrast Between the 7 Motivations” what is the value of understanding how people with different motivations look at a common situation?

Allows you a clearer understanding of how you interact with others – providing a guideline on how to be a peacemaker and find common ground. To find solutions that are a “win-win” for everyone involved.

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Will usually respond initially to a situation with action

helping

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Will usually respond initially to a situation with encouragement

exhorting

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Will usually respond initially to a situation with empathy

comforting

22

Has a high value for justice and information

proclaiming

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Has a high value for accuracy and understanding

teaching

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Has a high value for systems and achievement

managing

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Takes up these actions in response to problems: aiding and providing

helping

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Takes up these actions in response to problems: listening, affirming and caring

comforting

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Takes up these actions in response to problems: advising and problem-solving

exhorting

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Has a tendency to respond to people who are in – moral danger

proclaiming

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Has a tendency to respond to people who are in – life chaos

exhorting

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Has a tendency to respond to people who are in – directional disarray

managing