Leadership Assessments

Leadership Assessments: 

Leadership assessments are an excellent way to discover your strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities. Assessments uncover blind spots. It is typical for us to exhibit engrained behaviors that hinder connecting with others, limiting our leadership influence. Blind spots are when others know what you don't know about yourself. Blind spots get in the way of open communication. Things you don't know about yourself, like the tendency to raise your voice when you disapprove of something. Assessments are an excellent tool to evaluate how one's team interprets your leadership. Most team members are unwilling to tell their leaders face-to-face what concerns may exist, so the assessment provides a way to give honest feedback anonymously.

The most significant benefit to utilizing assessments is the ability to increase further one's ability to lead and for a team to achieve personal and business success.

There are several different self-assessments or 360 assessments designed to address specific goals, so know what you want to learn about yourself before you select one. 

We have access to many assessment tools, so don't hesitate to contact us. 

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A Few of My Favorite Leadership and Team Reports

Leadership Influence

The Maxwell DISC Personality report gives insight into your personality type, how your kind thinks and communicates, how to adapt your communication to other classes, and details leadership strengths. DISC is a fantastic tool for increasing leadership influence and team dynamics.

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence is your ability to recognize and understand emotions in yourself and others and your ability to use this awareness to manage your behavior and relationships. Emotions influence our actions, good or bad. Through this assessment, increase your ability to manage emotions.

Character Strengths

When you discover your greatest strengths, you can use them to face life's challenges, work toward goals, and feel more fulfilled personally and professionally.  The VIA Character shows more of an intrinsic view of strengths and how they translate into behaviors.