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How good leader are you?
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I doubt others will deliver the same professional work as I do.
When someone is unmotivated, frustrated, or upset, I try to understand how he or she is feeling.
I have serious difficulties to adapt myself to changing situations.
I have a clear idea of what it takes to succeed in my company/organization.
I tend to learn more from my bosses that my subordinates.
When working with a team, I encourage everyone to work toward the same goal.
I get emotionally upset quite often in the workplace.
I give guidelines to my staff but I do not share my knowledge, this is professional secret.
Time spent worrying about team morale is time that’s wasted and it can be focused on real work.
I establish clear rules but I make some exceptions depending on the people.
I spend enough time planning for the future.
I spend little time explaining the objectives to my team, but instead I am always available for questions or clarifications.
When assigning tasks, I consider every skill and interest of my team members.
I think that a personal feeling doesn’t have nothing to do with productivity.
I feel threatened when someone criticizes me.
I see the glass half full.
I believe my team performs best when people keep doing the same tasks and perfecting them, instead of distracting themselves learning new skills.
I set performance indicators for my staff without taking them into account because I’m the boss.
I look for external expert advice to improve the way I work and to become a better leader within my company/organization.
I expect nothing less than high performance from my staff.
Your results indicate that you have to work more on your skills and abilities as a leader. All competences –including those of successful leaders– are like a muscle, the more you exercise the more you develop, and more results you can get, so try to implement them in all your spheres of influence, maybe in your job, your sport team, your community, etc. and you’ll start a tendency that will show you the way of leadership. Leadership skills are developed through training, mentoring and experience, but not only by the latter. Look for a professional to help you with this training and strengthen your personal talent. Discover the benefits of high performance and become yourself a valuable asset for your organization. Now is a good time to start; why don’t you start by doing any of our MOOC Trainings? THEY ARE FREE and you can find them at the end of this page!
Your actions as a leader are on the right track, but you have the potential to improve and do it much better. While you show skills and competences that successful companies judge very well about their human capital, you are facing an opportunity to refine certain aspects that need a push. Analyze carefully the areas of improvement that has been revealed by the test and work in them by being aware every time you need to execute them. Look for expert advice and remember that training make the difference between evolution and stagnation. Be more eye-catching for your company and prove that you can go further. We recommend you to join any of our FREE MOOC Trainings you will find below. If you need professional advice to further boost your performance as a leader, ask for our specific training programs and personal coaching.
Congratulations! You seem to have powerful tools, skills and competences of an inspiring leader. You’re on your way to becoming a transformational leader. But remember everything can be improved. We believe that you can continue growing and become a model not only for your employees but also for other leaders in your organization, even for your bosses. Don’t get along with yourself, because there is no perfect leader, so consider carefully taking a look at those areas that can be improved, or maybe to those that mean a challenge for you and let’s work together to get the best performance, shall we? If you start by doing any of our MOOC Trainings you will step forward in an excellent way, and of course, don’t miss the opportunity to continue investing in training and enhancing the value you can offer to your organization. We have a perfect training plan for your growth. Just ask us!
DELEGATE (Questions 1 and 13)
A leader obsessed with performing all the tasks by his/her own is anything else but a leader. A true leader knows his/her team to the extent he is able to entrust them tasks according to the efficiency level he can obtain because of the joint set of skills and competences of whole his/her team (including himself). Properly delegation tells a lot of you, as it means you know how to prioritize actions and manage resources.
PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT (Questions 18 and 20)
Performance management aims to achieve the objectives of the organization along with performance indicators agreed by employees based on their skills, competences and development plans. But measuring is not all. The most important thing is to establish clear parameters, failure to do so can thicken the statistic that 3 out of 10 companies define mistaken performance indicators that doesn’t improve performance. Don’t make the same mistake!
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (Questions 2 and 14)
Emotional intelligence is “something” within each of us that is somewhat intangible. However it affects our behavior, our social relations and influence the way we make personal choices, so it can balance towards positive or negative results. Hence, a true leader should properly manage the emotions of his/her team and especially his/her own emotions. Emotional intelligence is the essence of success along with cooperation. It is not easy to be emotionally intelligent, but it is possible!
STRATEGIC VISION (Questions 3 and 11)
A leader can’t waist time focused on everyday issues. His/her vision must be focused in the long term and taking always considering the mission, vision and values of the organization. However it must be agile enough to adapt to the changes of the environment, the industry and the organization itself. The ability to cope with change, but above all, to anticipate change and be prepared accordingly, strengthen leadership and offers serenity and confidence to the teams.
SELF-CONFIDENCE (Questions 4 and 15)
You may sometimes feel persuaded by someone who speaks with great clarity, by someone who maintains the head high while debating, by someone who responds assertively, or maybe by someone who honestly admits that he/she doesn’t know something. People with great self-confidence strongly engage with those around them, colleagues, employees, customers, suppliers and bosses. Be trusted by others is one of the keys to succeed.
SUPPORT AND MOTIVATION (Questions 6 and 9)
Motivation encourages desirable behaviors. Of course not every day collective environment may be the same, so the true leader must maintain a high level of motivation to encourage people’s empowerment, commitment to work and a collaborative environment. Regardless of the working environment of your organization, every leader is responsible for his/her own area of influence and therefore his/her teams must be motivated. Developing this skill requires a lot of practice but it’s worth the effort.
POSITIVE THINKING (Questions 7 and 16)
Positive thinking doesn’t mean to be smiling the entire day. In the last decade it has been proved that unlike the negative thinking, which actually affects attention and concentration, positive thinking foster those skills and further strengthen communication, helps you to visualize solutions and encourages others to do so. It also increases the sense of responsibility and willingness to offer support to others and reaffirms the determination to achieve goals. A leader can’t be leader without positive thinking.
PROMOTE GROWTH (Questions 8 and 17)
The success of the leader lies in his/her interdependence. A leader who doesn’t promote, or even worse, inhibits the growth of his/her own employees is doomed to failure. The strength of a leader lies in being able to move their pieces like a chess player does; but trying to win a game only with “pawns” is a disadvantage that directs to failure for sure. Training and sharing knowledge and best practices within team members and leader are crucial. Pawns are important but you will need rooks, bishops and knights!
EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION (Questions 10 and 12)
Communicating is more than just exchanging information. Communication should be simple but not austere. Be close to your team and remains alert about symptoms of distorted information, and above all learn how to actively listening. Remember that, as a sender, you don’t have the key role in terms of communication, but the receivers; therefore give them priority. Additionally, effective communication, including communicating rules, offers to the leaders the ability to persuade, build trust and promote opportunities for sharing information where the receivers adopt the important issues.
SELF-LEARNING (Questions 5 and 19)
Growth only occurs being modest. An arrogant leader thinks he knows everything, and unfortunately, he/she lives in a world that doesn’t lead to success. Make no mistake, no one learns only from his/her bosses, trainers, or teachers; learning comes from all people who cross your path in an ordinary day of your professional activities. Also, constant coaching and consulting are tools which are essential for a leader to continue growing and adding value to his/her organization. Keep up with your training!