Read the parks department case study and consider the following questions:

  1. What was the purpose of this individual assessment for this team? What should be the purpose of an individual instrument?
  2. How did Lori explain the instrument and its meaning? What do you think she did well, and what could have been improved in her explanation of the instrument?
  3. What activities did Lori do to use the results of the instrument? Do you think these were effective? Why or why not? What would you have done differently, if anything?
  4. How would you respond to Tai’s question at the end?
  5. What were the results of this intervention for this team? What did the team learn from this activity? Were the client’s goals met?

Case is on page 332.