Your progressivism score is your tendency to support or advocate social reform.
You may frequently evaluate your social and political values, and how these apply to your everyday lives. You are willing to challenge authority if your values are opposed.
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Your tendency to constantly evaluate your values is good for your own personal development, however, when challenging authority figures to be mindful of how you do so in terms of tone, phrasing, content, etc. When taking on a project or client, consider the stakeholder values and stance on issues, and consider the implications in terms of what, where and with whom you are working with and how it may affect the social dynamic.
You may occasionally re-evaluate your values, and question the rules while doing so.
Your tendency to consistently re-evaluate your values is good for your own personal development, however, be mindful of how this self-reflection manifests in your daily routine. You do not often have issues when considering your own personal values in the context of work, but a good balance may be required to achieve your career goals.
You are less likely to challenge social and political values, and more likely to conform to norms and rules.
Although your adherence to the norm makes you a strong team player, it may be advantageous to think critically about the motivations and actions of not only those around you but yourself as well. Over-conformity can be a precursor to group-think. Your propensity towards conformity may be stifling innovation. To stimulate your own self-reflection and critical thinking, consider questioning your logic and perspective on impactful changes, or managerial decisions.