This short multiple choice survey should take around 10-15 minutes to complete and is designed to gain insight into your thoughts and experiences of leadership. Leadership is associated with actions such as setting direction, building an inspiring vision and empowering others. Everyone can practise leadership. There is no one definition of leadership and it can mean different things to different people and in different situations. For example, it can relate to community leadership, workplace leadership, political leadership, or leadership of a group project. In this survey we would like you to reflect on your thoughts around any formal or informal leadership experiences you may have had, your interest in leadership and any challenges you may perceive in leadership.
Please answer all questions honestly, and only when you feel safe to do so. There are no right or wrong answers and you should not feel compelled to share your answers with anyone else nor involve others in the completion of the survey. All data will be treated confidentially and stored securely. All responses are anonymous and you are not asked to give your name. This survey, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, UK, has been developed by the University of Exeter in collaboration with the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.The findings from this research will be made available to you via your Member Organisation.
If you have any further questions or would like to discuss the project in more detail please contact the Principal Investigator Dr. Emma Jeanes: E.Jeanes@exeter.ac.uk.
Please note: For Question's 10 and 11 be sure to scroll to the right of the screen and select the appropriate option from the drop-down box.