Use the leadership style tool in the Harvard Business Review article, https://hbr.org/2015/06/assessment-whats-your-leadership-style Links to an external site.. This is based on self-report (You choose your style), so it’s not really a quiz. As it is true with all tools and assessments, nothing is definite and absolutely accurate. Understand it as something that adds to your awareness of how you behave, work, and interact with others. They help us to think about how we lead.
You can also take a leadership style test by Leadership IQ if you would like, https://www.leadershipiq.com/blogs/leadershipiq/36533569-quiz-whats-your-leadership-style Links to an external site.. This site requires your e-mail address, so you may receive e-mails from this organization.
Discuss the results, both strength and areas to improve, and see how you can leverage your strength and manage your weaknesses and blind spots.
Many leaders use different styles depending on each situation and people with whom we work. Please understand that we often do not have one style. Rather, we should understand leadership style discussion as a “tendency” that we have as leaders.
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