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Leadership, Management Attitudes Assessment

Expat Solution Coaching provides
leadership, management attitudes assessment.

The "How" of leadership and management performance!

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ADVANCE ANALYSIS OF SUCCESSFUL LEADERSHIP ATTITUDES

Ever heard about "Hired for skills, fired for attitude" and "People don't leave a company, they leave a boss"?

From the behavioral assessment I presented previously, I can provide an advanced analysis of attitudes -because attitudes are about behaviors.

While this analysis can be done for any kind of position, usually it's done for leadership and managerial roles.

This in-depth analysis observes 12 different kinds of attitudes.


BEING
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  • Collaborative: using structure, established procedures, systems and rules to guide the person's work. 
  • Cautious & Accurate:  the person's tendency towards mistake avoidance, accuracy, concern for details, order and methods.

  • Patience:  the person's preference to work at a steady, slower pace and a tolerance towards situations that are repetitive and dull.

  • Reflective:  the person's intensity of thoughtfulness when crafting words and actions.

  • Perceptive:  the person's will to be sensitive and alert to both his, her and others problems, mistakes, errors and procedures and the person's tendency to flex accordingly.

  • Sociable:  the person's degree of willingness to accommodate, support and oblige others.

  • Efficient:  the person's result-driven behavior. It shows a capacity to focus on and prioritizing tasks while minimizing the surrounding environment.

  • Persistent:  the person's intensity for staying on task and supporting current procedures and processes.

  • Enthusiastic:  the person's intensity of outward expressive energy and urgency.

  • Self-determination:  the person's focus on the result-oriented drive with an emphasis on urgency and action.

  • Self-assured:  the person's intensity of his, her social confidence in a variety of social situations.

  • Individualistic:  the person's intensity of the assertive and independent approach toward tackling problems.

 

 

Potential issues:

recruitment, succession planning, communication, interpersonal relationship, leadership, management, employee engagement & retention, career evolution, culture change, change management,…