Are you an effective leader, fit for the 21st century?

Get an indication by answering the following questions. This quiz should take no more than five minutes to complete. 

Select the answer which best fits your situation. Any answers you provide are confidential.

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How do people in your team typically respond to change initiatives which come from the top or centre of your organisation? Generally speaking, people:
How do you typically approach the concept of strategic planning in your role?
How well do you feel staff collaborate together within your team?
How would you describe your relationships with peers across your organisation?
How would you describe your current approach to your personal career development?
How important is process and/or product innovation within your team?
What best describes your approach to problem solving in your current role?
Which option best describes your approach to boosting employee engagement within your team? (Employee engagement refers to the extent to which staff feel passionate about their jobs and their commitment to the organisation.)
If your team members answered the previous questions from their perspective, their answers would be...
And if your peers answered the above questions from their perspective, their answers would be...
Your results

These results suggest that a high proportion of extremely important attitudes and behaviours you display are likely to be hindering your leadership effectiveness. 

If you answered "Mostly different" or "Roughly the same" for questions 9 and 10, consider whether there are steps you could take to identify if there are differences in opinion between you and colleagues or peers, and the reasons why. Informal methods might work best initially e.g. posing selected questions in review sessions, during one-to-one meetings, when speaking with colleagues at informal work events, or in general conversations. 

Find out more in the Leadership Institute survey

Your results

These results suggest that a significant number of extremely important attitudes and behaviours you display are likely to be hindering your leadership effectiveness. 

If you answered "Mostly different" or "Roughly the same" for questions 9 and 10, consider whether there are steps you could take to identify if there are differences in opinion between you and colleagues or peers, and the reasons why. Informal methods might work best initially e.g. posing selected questions in review sessions, during one-to-one meetings, when speaking with colleagues at informal work events, or in general conversations. 

Find out more in the Leadership Institute survey

Your results

These results suggest you display a number of important attitudes and behaviours which are helping you operate as an effective leader in your current role.

If you answered "Mostly different" or "Roughly the same" for questions 9 and 10, consider whether there are steps you could take to identify if there are differences in opinion between you and colleagues or peers, and the reasons why. Informal methods might work best initially e.g. posing selected questions in review sessions, during one-to-one meetings, when speaking with colleagues at informal work events, or in general conversations.  

Find out more in the Leadership Institute survey

Your results

These results suggest that you display some critical and extremely important attitudes and behaviours which are likely helping your leadership effectiveness.

If you answered "Mostly different" or "Roughly the same" for questions 9 and 10, consider whether there are steps you could take to identify if there are differences in opinion between you and colleagues or peers, and the reasons why. Informal methods might work best initially e.g. posing selected questions in review sessions, during one-to-one meetings, when speaking with colleagues at informal work events, or in general conversations. 

Find out more in the Leadership Institute survey