Leadership Self Assessment

Your management approach which is sometimes different from your natural management style (DiSC), is shaped over time and is developed and influenced by your personality, your experiences, your training and development, your mentors and environment.

Knowing your management style and approach based in your natural and developed traits, can help you to continuously improve the required leadership skills and abilities to grow and develop in your leadership role.

Completing this assessment will help you understand your management style and traits as they relate to the 5 Roles of Leadership.

With 10 being the highest rating, rate yourself related to each of these management skill sets.

It is important to note that this is not a Pass or Fail Assessment of you as a leader. NO ONE will score a 100 on any one area of this assessment, and unless you've had access to extensive training in High Performance Leadership, a cumulative score higher than 65 is rare. 

This assessment is simply a guide to help you look at your leadership approach as it relates to the other contemporary approaches.   


Step 1 of 5

  1. Plans and schedules projects
  2. Directs resources to specific assignments
  3. Decides daily goals and priorities
  4. Tracks Progress
  5. Completes reports and paperwork
  6. Runs Meetings
  7. Maintains discipline and order


Step 2 of 5

  1. Analyses the organizational environment for trends and changes
  2. Clearly articulates a vision for the future
  3. Translates vision into objectives
  4. Imparts and enforces simple boundaries
  5. Makes connections with people outside the organization
  6. Encourages risk-taking and innovation


Step 3 of 5

  1. Has a high degree of technical proficiency
  2. Is sought out for expertise
  3. Diagnoses problems using analytical skills
  4. Possesses superior troubleshooting and problem-solving abilities
  5. Enjoys putting out fires
  6. Makes decisions quickly


Step 4 of 5

  1. Standardizes and documents processes and procedures
  2. Aligns Systems to Strategies and visions
  3. Challenges practices that are not consistent with the core philosophy
  4. Meets with others to learn procedures for operations
  5. Test various processes and practices to continuously improve results


Step 5 of 5

  1. Sets Standards for behavior and performance
  2. Empowers people to make decisions and solve problems
  3. Provides information and training
  4. Evaluates and helps individuals grow in their abilities
  5. Acts as a mentor
  6. Conducts performance evaluations
  7. Praises in public, corrects in private
  8. Involves and Engages staff at all levels


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