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You received points on the CPS-W.

What does a score of points mean?

All of the items on the CPD-W represent traits or skills that have been associated with high levels of creativity in the workplace. The scoring range on the CPS-W is 26–156. The higher your score, the greater the likelihood that you will make creative contributions in the workplace.

A low score on the survey indicates that you may be low in creative potential. This does not mean that you have not or will never make creative contributions. It means that the likelihood that you will make creative contributions is lower than the likelihood that someone with a higher score will make creative contributions—at this moment in time.

In the same way, a high score does not guarantee that you will make creative contributions, but it increases the likelihood that you will do so.

Creativity of the kind that produces innovation in the workplace is not something people are born with, and it's not something you can "get" by taking a creativity course (although some of the exercises used in such courses can be useful for generating ideas). You are much more likely to increase your creative potential by acquiring skills and behaviors that (1) increase the range and depth of your knowledge and skills, and (2) help you to leverage the knowledge and skills of others. Consider cultivating some of the skills and behaviors listed below:




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