c yourself quiz

At Hackensack Meridian Health, we are all Creative, Compassionate, Courageous and Collaborative. This short quiz will help you identify your own strongest “C” and use that strength to help make HMH an even better place to work.

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Just a couple of quick follow-up questions before we display your results:

Is your current role best described as clinical or non-clinical?

In which town or city do you primarily work?

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You do your part to make things better.

You challenge the status quo, and you also inspire others to do so. You champion new ideas and changes for the better, but you also review lessons learned to make sure you are always improving. You are known for your positive outlook.

You do the right thing.

You understand the value of maintaining high principles in quality, safety and service. Accountability is important, and you take ownership of your own decisions. You prefer an open and honest work environment and constantly strive to help others see the value in this as well.

You embrace teamwork.

You always assume the best from your team members and are as committed to their success as to your own. You encourage diversity of perspectives, thoughts and beliefs and encourage an environment where every person’s view is heard and respected—”we are stronger together.”

I am the human experience.

You value kindness and empathy in every interaction. You strive to make personal and memorable connections with others, and encourage them to connect, because you understand that well-being can come from making a caring, human connection.

c yourself quiz tips

Would you like to think of yourself as more CREATIVE? Ask yourself:

  • How can I be more innovative?
  • How can I become more open to change?
  • How can a mistake become a learning opportunity?

Would you like to think of yourself as more COURAGEOUS? Ask yourself:

  • How can I demonstrate courage in my job?
  • How can I inspire others to do the right thing?
  • What does being courageous mean?

Would you like to think of yourself as more COLLABORATIVE? Ask yourself:

  • How can I improve the way I work with others?
  • How can I make sure others see me as open to collaboration?
  • Can I work well with others and still share my ideas?

Would you like to think of yourself as more COMPASSIONATE? Ask yourself:

  • What does compassion look like?
  • How can I be more compassionate to others?
  • How can I help someone else be compassionate?