The Hope-Action Inventory (HAI) measures the level of hope-action competencies--hopefulness, self-reflection, self-clarity, visioning, goal setting and planning, implementing, and adapting. These are central elements of Hope-Action Theory depicted below.
- Hopefulness: The degree of hope you have about your future.
- Self-reflection: Examining your thoughts, beliefs, behaviors, and circumstances.
- Self-clarity: Having a clear understanding about yourself in terms of interests, values, skills, motivation, goals, etc.
- Visioning: Brainstorming future possibilities for your career and identifying desired future outcomes.
- Goal Setting and Planning: The process of specifying what you want to achieve and identifying specific steps to reach your goals.
- Implementing: Taking action to achieve your goals.
- Adapting: Using new information about yourself and your environment to inform your goals and plans.
Research shows that strengthening hope-action competencies is useful in planning and managing your career and life effectively. Do you want to know about the level of your hope-action competencies? You can purchase it here.
- Reading level: 8th grade
- Number of items: 28 + demographic questions for validation and norming purposes
- Expected Completing Time: 5-10 minutes
- One purchase will give you two administrations. Take it now and then come back later to see your progress