Introduction
The ETS measures the effect of culture on the decision to trust others. Through the ETS you discover your trust strategies to effectively establish, grow or restore trust.

Please answer the following questions to help us create your personal report.
Personal Info First and Last Name

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Select the country that best represents the culture with which you identify. It may be your country of birth, current residence, or ethnic heritage. If you do not find your country culture listed, please select Other.

If you selected Other, enter the country that best represents your culture.






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Instructions
Read the following statements, and think about how you trust others in the context of the work environment.
Each statement is followed by answers which contrast with each other, and a rating scale of 1 to 7.

Please select the number that best represents the degree to which you agree with the answers.

Select 1, if you strongly agree with the answer on the left,
Select 7, if you strongly agree with the answer on the right, or select a number between these.
Questionnaire Q1. When change happens, I trust coworkers who

Q2. I trust coworkers who, under pressure, focus more on achieving

Q3. When working toward our goal, my trust increases in coworkers who

Q4. I trust coworkers who tell the truth with

Q5. When speaking about achievements, I trust coworkers who

Q6. When sharing information that I want kept confidential, I trust coworkers who

Q7. I trust coworkers more who have a history of being

Q8. I increase my trust in coworkers who

Q9. When resources are needed, I trust coworkers who

Q10. I trust coworkers whose work style includes

Q11. I trust coworkers who share information that

Q12. In our environment I trust coworkers who

Q13. When a lot of work needs to be done, my trust increases in coworkers who

Q14. It increases my trust in coworkers when their reputation includes

Q15. When there is “bad news” (problems, delays, etc.) I trust coworkers who

Q16. My trust in coworkers’ competence increases when they have experience as

Q17. When my coworkers encounter challenges, my trust in them increases when they

Q18. When I am overworked I trust coworkers who

Q19. I trust coworkers who share knowledge that is

Q20. When coworkers are leading a project I am working on, my trust increases when they

Q21. When coworkers don't know the answer to something, I trust them when they

Q22. When we are struggling to reach a solution, I trust coworkers who

Q23. I trust coworkers who normally share information

Q24. When work needs to be done, my trust increases in coworkers who
Trust Across Cultures View your ETS results compared across cultures. We offer comparisons with other countries, please select two.