Leading through self-awareness

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What you'll learn:

How to use behavioral data to identify your leadership tendencies and tailor your leadership style to better suit your employees.

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Like many things in life, self-awareness takes time and practice to get better at. But having the drive to always improve and grow will lead you in the right direction. The fact that you’re participating right now is a great sign! Just because you’re leading a team and encouraging them to grow doesn’t mean it’s time for you to stop.

Always find ways to improve when interacting with your team. During your 1:1s, start asking what you can do to improve as a manager, rather than just considering what the employee can change. Hold yourself accountable for these actions. During the next 1:1, explain the steps you took to improve based on that feedback. Not only does this help you grow, but it also builds trust with your team.

Take some time to review the different leadership styles below. Then try taking or reviewing your behavioral assessment to better understand what behavioral tendencies you have and start building your self-awareness today!

Effective leaders innovate and take risks. They’re quick to connect with others, comfortable with risk, proactive, and informal.

Effective leaders mentor and facilitate. They’re people-oriented, causal with rules, responsive, and informal.

Effective leaders coordinate and organize. They’re cautious with risk, responsive, formal, and take time to connect with others.

Effective leaders are demanding and tough. They’re task-oriented, careful with rules, proactive, and formal

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