For the Executive Leader

What is your leadership quotient?

  • How do your employees regard you as a leader?
  • How much value do you bring to your organization?
  • How much do you want to feel deeply rewarded by your efforts?

The following questions will give you some feedback on your leadership ability and whether it gets in your way of creating value for others and for yourself.

If you do not know the answer to the question, then choose Don't Know
 
1. How open are you to someone else's ideas when the someone else works for you?
Seldom Sometimes Often Almost Always Don't Know
2. Within your employee base, how willing are you to let an employee do it his/her way assuming the result is the same?
Seldom Sometimes Often Almost Always Don't Know
3. How often do you 'set the stage' so that an employee can make the decision?
Seldom Sometimes Often Almost Always Don't Know
4. How much are you driven to 'know' rather than have someone advise?
Seldom Sometimes Often Almost Always Don't Know
5. How 'busy' do you have to be where 'busy' is associated with response to immediate and external stimulation e.g., a blackberry? Someone needing an answer now?
Seldom Sometimes Often Almost Always Don't Know
6. How proactive rather than reactive are the activities of yourself and your employees?
Seldom Sometimes Often Almost Always Don't Know
7. How much of your time is focused on activities occurring within this month and quarter?
Seldom Sometimes Often Almost Always Don't Know
8. How often must you check to see if something has been accomplished?
Seldom Sometimes Often Almost Always Don't Know
9. How frequently do your employees share their knowledge and learnings?
Seldom Sometimes Often Almost Always Don't Know
10. How fulfilled is each employee in the role they play within your area of responsibility?
Seldom Sometimes Often Almost Always Don't Know

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