Minimum purchase quantity 10 enables you to invite 10 participants, plus their raters, to the 360-style WS-Ei assessment. Online administration via our Transform™ system includes data collection with raw scale scores by participant and rater. Customization services are available.
Work Self-Efficacy Inventory
Transform™ Survey Hosting: Multi-rater Form
No need to retype and reformat — you input participants' names and email addresses, or send out a link using your own email system. For other survey delivery options, see Transform Delivery Options. Transform collects the data and calculates raw scale scores by participant. You can monitor activity, send reminders, and download your data (.csv file) via your Transform Portfolio. WS-Ei Multi-rater Form online demographics: none.
Transform Survey Hosting is a data license for research purposes only. This license grants you permission to collect and disclose (a) item scores and scale scores, (b) statistical analyses of those scores (such as group average, group standard deviation, T-scores, etc.) and (c) pre-authorized sample items only, as provided by Mind Garden, for results write-up and publication.
For example, with purchase of the Transform Survey Hosting (Data) and when presenting your findings:
Note: this list illustrates some permitted and prohibited uses of the instrument and is not meant to be all-encompassing.
If you are using this instrument for developmental purposes, you need to purchase online reports from Mind Garden (purchase of Individual Reports includes Transform Survey Hosting license).
The instrument items, directions, manual, individual report, group report, and any other descriptive information available through Mind Garden is the intellectual property of the copyright holder and can be used only with purchase or written permission from Mind Garden.
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Joseph A. Raelin, Ph.D., is an internationally-recognized scholar in the fields of work-based learning and leadership. He is a Professor of Management and the Asa S. Knowles Chair of Practice-Oriented Education at Northeastern University (Boston, MA). His research has focused on human resource development, focusing on executive education throught the use of action learning.