Welcome to your Resilience Assessment on your growth and development.

This particular Resilience Assessment is designed to allow you to evaluate your current growth and development: This means, to self-manage your skill acquisition process and embrace education and training, as well as feedback, that advances your professional and personal growth.

It is important to be thoroughly honest with yourself in your assessment to allow your monitoring of personal growth to be effective.


The results of all your assessments are kept in your personal online portfolio and enable you to compare and contrast your various assessment results over time.

Private and confidential

Please note your assessments are private and confidential and are used by you alone to monitor your progress.

Bio-Mastery for Business makes use of the accumulative data of all its trainees for in-house research, development and design purposes. The accumulative data is, from time to time, made available to reputable academic institutions for research purposes only.

1.I feel overwhelmed by the need to acquire new skills & knowledge.
2.I feel like an impostor.
3.I feel intimidated when others acquire new knowledge and skills.
4.I try to undermine the knowledge and skills of those around me.
5.I have no time to acquire new knowledge.
6.I feel acquiring new skills and knowledge is a waste of time.
7.I hide my lack of knowledge and skills from others.
8.I pretend to know more than I actually know.
9.I don’t care what the risk is of pretending to know things that I don’t actually know.
10.I don’t enjoy learning new things.
11.I ensure I am continually acquiring new knowledge and skills where and how necessary.
12.I recognise the importance of continually developing knowledge and skills.
13.I enjoy the process continually developing knowledge and skills.
14.I self-manage my knowledge and skill development process. I don’t rely on others to tell me to up-skill myself.
15.I am not unduly effected by negative feedback.
16.I regard all feedback as constructive.
17.I enjoy sharing what I know with others.
18.I am not intimidated by other people’s knowledge and skills.
19.I don’t feel the need to fake it until I make it.
20.I know that shortfalls in my knowledge and skills is a normal part of an ever evolving and changing workplace. I, however, need to know the risk of my knowledge and skill shortfall to myself and my team.

Test is under construction

You can not get any results from it yet.