Leader as Coach Assessment
March 04, 2005
We’ve identified the 10 key skills, behaviors and style of the highly effective leader in the new millennium.
This assessment is helpful in the following ways:
- To shift the company culture
- To get everyone on the same track
- As a blueprint for staff training
- As a way to foster and develop teams
- To strengthen interpersonal skills
- To accelerate their career path
This eight-page assessment focuses on 10 areas:
- Personal Balance - A great manager starts with a strong person. Are you in good emotional shape? Physical? Do you know who ou are, what you most want and where you are along your path of development?
- High Productivity - High productivity is not a mystery; it simply requires a commitment and the tools, training and resources to make it happen naturally.
- Self-Management - If you don’t manage yourself, how do you expect anyone else to? Here’s a list of 10 ways to keep yourself on track.
- Communication - We know who people are by the way they communicate and relate with us. Here’s an advanced list of skills.
- Healthy Boundaries - Everyone wants and needs things from you. But you become a victim unless you protect yourself. Every company needs managers with strong boundaries.
- Quality Work - 100% is now barely enough.
- Taking Initiative - Companies desperately need managers to take initiative so that the firm can continue to create and stay ahead of the curve. This takes practice and willingness.
- Managing Up - It’s okay to help your manager to manage you better. This process is called “managing up.”
- Teamwork - Nothing worth doing is worth doing alone. Teams are the answer.
- Career Path - Either you’re designing your career or the circumstances are.
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