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Personal Frames Self-Rating Scale
In this phase of continuing your voyage of self-discovery, you will take a brief self-assessment that will introduce you to the four frames and provide a more intentional and informed understanding of your own “framing” orientation.
Instructions for the Frames Quick Self-Rating Scale
Rather than using Bolman and Deal’s Self-Rating Scale in the text, use the free self-scoring online version of Frames Self-Rating Scale available on Lee Bolman’s website. This assessment is quick to take—about 10 minutes—and will give you a dynamic report of your percentile ranking for the four frames.
The instrument’s reliability (consistency of the measurement) is high because it has been reused often. The validity (the strength of the conclusions or inferences) is not as high because the results are individualized and you are using it in a non-research environment. For the purposes of this course, however, the instrument will be quite useful for stimulating thinking and learning about leadership framing and reframing (Bolman & Deal, 2017).
Your Personal Frame Orientation
- Complete the Leadership Orientations self-assessment to determine your own frame orientation. The leadership orientations instrument is keyed to four different conceptions of organizations and the task of organizational leadership.
- Include in your post a 2- to 3-paragraph reflection on what these results might indicate about you as an agent of change. Also, consider what you might use as a professional growth area as a leader.
Support your statements with evidence from the required studies and your research. Cite and reference your sources in APA style.
Bolman, L. G. (2010). Frames quick self-rating scale. Retrieved from http://www.leebolman.com/frames_selfrating_scale.h…
Bolman, L. G., & Deal, T. E. (2017). Reframing organizations: Artistry, choice, and leadership (6th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Jossey-Bass.