Try taking our Leadership Self-Assessment. You’ll see your strengths, for sure. And opportunities for improvement will be revealed.
For leaders to be effective, they need to possess ALL the skills that are required to manage and lead. You can’t be an effective manager if, for example, you are inspirational (a strength) but ignore poor performance (an area for development).
The work that we do with our clients is based on our belief that employees are most engaged when they are supported in developing new strengths.
What new strength will you develop next?