Leadership is lifting a person's vision to high sights, the raising of a person's performance to a higher standard, the building of a personality beyond its normal limitations. Peter Drucker
How an organisation is led determines the ability to harness the talents of its citizens to compete and sustain competitive advantage
All of the great leaders have had one characteristic in common: it was the willingness to confront unequivocally the major anxiety of their people in their time. This, and not much else, is the essence of leadership. —John Kenneth Galbraith
We help leaders create workplaces that are extraordinary through quality leadership conversations harnessing the talents of organisational citizens
Set to Change works with leaders across the Private, Public and Not For Profit Sectors to develop solutions that address their needs for purposeful individual and organisational change, talent assessment and employee development. Our work is built on evidence-based frameworks drawn from the psychology of change that deliver purposeful and sustainable results at both the individual and organisational level. We challenge our clients' thinking of what is possible to create the future.
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Leadership Style Questionnaire
Your style as a leader will directly impact the engagement and performance of your team. Many leaders are unaware of the strengths and limitations of their style. There is a direct link between your style of leadership and the effectiveness of your organisation.
The Leadership Style Questionnaire is based on the significant evidence-base of what distinguishes highly engaging leaders from those who are less engaging. In its full form the Leadership Style Questionnaire can be deployed as a self-report, as it is with this sample, and a 360 feedback instrument when you engage with the full questionnaire.
Your report will provide guidance on your preferred leadership style across a range of five specific behaviours and one attribute. A behaviour is something a person does or says that can be observed, described, and recorded. In contrast, an attribute is a characteristic that is ascribed to a person by others based on what the person is perceived to be. These five behaviours and one attribute describe different forms of leadership.
You are invited to complete the Leadership Style Questionnaire and then after a few days join Chris for a debrief.