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Leadership Discovery Assessment

Your leadership and work style revealed through analytics 

The Leadership Discovery Assessment is delivered online and consists of the following three assessments:

1.  TriMetrics ® HD Executive Coaching Assessment

The Behavioral Characteristics section provides an unbiased/neutral perspective as to how a person prefers to work with others in their workplace.  Your work style is neither good nor bad; it is what you do with your style that counts!  Based on the DISC behavioral model, this assessment describes:

 

  • Your natural work style.

  • Preferred Way of Communications

  • Perceptions

  • Specific areas for improvement

 

The LDA Assessment provides additional hard insights that help a person appreciate themselves along with helping identify possible blind spots for professional improvement. 

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2.  Driving Forces / Internal Motivators

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The Driving Forces assessment describes a person’s “hidden motivators” – the dynamics that need to be in the job for that person to motivate him or herself.  This section provides information on the why of your actions. When a person knows what motivates their actions, they will immediately be able to understand the causes of personal motivation as well as conflict. 

3.  Emotional Intelligence - Emotional Quotient EQ  

     The other kind of smart.

The High Gear Emotional Quotient™ report looks at a person's emotional intelligence, which is the ability to sense, understand and effectively apply the power and acumen of emotions to facilitate higher levels of collaboration and productivity. The report was designed to provide insight into two broad areas: Intrapersonal and Interpersonal emotional intelligence.

 

Research shows that successful leaders and superior performers have well-developed emotional intelligence skills. This makes it possible for them to work well with a wide variety of people and to respond effectively to the rapidly changing conditions in the business world. In fact, a person’s (EQ) emotional intelligence may be a better predictor of leadership success than intelligence (IQ).

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