Self-report questionnaires and assessments are at best a snapshot in time. They reflect current behavior and one’s current self-image. Self-report questionnaires or assessments can be valuable, however, in revealing predispositions and growth opportunities.
Complete the brief Interactive Leadership Style Assessment; go to https://eml.usc.edu/leadership-style-quiz?hsCtaTracking=dc0a70a1-90e3-4ece-8bf0-cb297dee3f51%7Ccd749b02-37c4-4140-8590-e4e71c4b8d31.
Based on the feedback that you receive:
What is your current and predominant interactive leadership style?
To what extent do you agree or disagree with your assessment results?
In what ways, if any, is your interactive leadership style conducive to contributing to a diverse and inclusive organizational culture?
To what extent do you think that your organization’s predominant leadership style impacts your current, predominant style?
Self-report questionnaires and assessments are at best a snapshot in time.