Subscribe | UPI Odd Newsletter Subscribe LONDON, May 11 (UPI) -- British ambulance workers say they were given a leadership survey that asked them to rate the "coolness" of German Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler. Hitler's name was included among a list of people workers for the West Midlands Strategic Health Authority were asked to rate on a scale of one to five, The Times of London reported Tuesday. Advertisement They were also asked if being gay, funny or black made a leader cool. "It's the most bizarre work survey I've ever had to take," said one ambulance employee who declined to be identified. "I've never been asked to compare my boss with Adolf Hitler before." Steve Jetley, a former ambulance worker who campaigned against the closing of an emergency control center in Shropshire, called the survey an "appalling waste of money." The survey was part of a $15,000 project to help the West Midlands health authority devise a new leadership strategy.