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What kind of leader are you?
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April 10, 2012


Sonia Dabboussi

Canada

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There are all different kinds of people in the world, and all different kinds of leaders.  Are you the right one for the people you lead?  Discover your primary leadership style by using the quiz below…

…and find out if it's the best fit for your team.

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April 10, 2012


Kristien Dirven

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Why am I not surprised at all ??
;-)
I'm a coaching leader (and a bit democratic and pacesetting too).

 

April 15, 2012


Sonia Dabboussi

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Having different leadership styles to draw from makes a stronger leader.  Not every situation you encounter will be the same so having the skills and knowledge to handle a variety of them will definitely take you far in the world.  Congratulations?

 

Did you find any of the leadership styles that you wanted to learn more about or adopt more of?

 

Gifted for Life – Find the freedom, skill and motivation to live, love and lead with passion and make an evolutionary impact on the world!  giftedforlife.com

April 18, 2012


Knight of Virtue

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Personally, I think we're better off teaching people how to be good followers rather then good leaders. Not sure if it's the same for others, but I constantly get barraged with things talking about becoming/being a good leader, but no matter how good a leader is, they're useless without effective followers (or worse, no followers at all). Leading is a good skill, but it seems many people no longer know how to follow intelligibly.

April 21, 2012


Sonia Dabboussi

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I think part of the problem is that many of the people who should be leading aren't. It's tough to step up in front of others and work toward some type of cause when you don't know if anyone will follow, or if they will understand what you have to share. If you have something good, someone will follow at some time, maybe during your lifetime or maybe after. But the message you have has to get out there. The world is changing, one way or another, so I think it's up to us to help make it change for the better.

It's true, we do need to be followers in some way as well. We are good at some things but not good at others. That means we have to trust someone else to lead us in areas where we don't have the same strength they do. I think it's a matter of making a conscious choice to follow someone, not to follow just because everyone else is, and to decide intelligently if they are worthy of our time, money and energy.

Gifted for Life – Find the freedom, skill and motivation to live, love and lead with passion and make an evolutionary impact on the world!  giftedforlife.com



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