About You

Let us know about you to help us understand the qualities, characteristics and experience in the leadership of our nation’s makerspaces. IF you are a leader at more than one space, please answer these questions with regard to your primary makerspace. 

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* 1. First Name

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* 2. Last Name

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* 3. Your Email Address (optional)

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* 5. Your Primary Makerspace's Post or Zip Code (even if it was above - just to verify)

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* 6. Your age

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* 7. Your ethnicity 

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* 8. Highest level of education you have completed

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* 9. If you have received a degree or certification(s), what field did you receive it/them in?

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* 10. What is your professional background? (These are from the Bureau of Labor Statistics so that our data can match up with theirs.)

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* 11. Please rate the following statements regarding your makerspace role(s)

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I consider the skills and interests of others when assigning them tasks
I struggle to understand what to do when circumstances change
When someone is upset I try to understand how they are feeling
I am doubtful of myself and my ability to succeed
I expect people who work for me at the makerspace to work harder than I do
I expect only top-notch results from people
I don't think personal feelings should get in the way of performance and productivity
I am highly motivated and know what it takes to be successful
Time and effort spent on team morale is wasted time
I often get upset or worried in my makerspace
My actions demonstrate what I want from people
I'm optimistic and can see beyond setbacks and problems
I make exceptions to my own rules and don't like being the enforcer of rules.
I like to plan for the future
I believe that teams do better with repetitive tasks, perfecting them, rather than challenging themselves and learning new skills.
I make time to learn what people need from me so that they can be more successful
When someone criticizes me, I feel threatened
When working with a team I try to get us all to work toward the same objective

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