You are a leader of your life! Like a drop of water that causes many ripples, you have a large impact. But is it the impact you want to have?
We often think of leadership in terms of our official, professional positions. Yet, we at the Deeper Leadership Institute maintain that we are all personal leaders: of ourselves, our families, our communities, and our work teams.
We are all leading every moment of every day; but are you leading the way you want and are you having the impact you want to have in your personal or professional life?
Are your thoughts, behaviors and actions aligned with your goals?
Are your goals aligned with your core guiding values?
How well are you aligned between your personal and professional lives?
Take these complimentary assessments and find out:
Individuals who are effective personal leaders live with mindfulness, have direction, have a plan for both action and sustainability for their leadership.
Assessments–The Leadership Circle Profile 360 and The Leadership Circle Profile Culture Survey:
We exclusively utilize The Leadership Circle Profile 360 (TLCP) and The Leadership Circle Profile Culture Survey (TLCS) for our assessments (www.TheLeadershipCircle.com). The individual Leadership Circle Profile 360 is a true breakthrough among 360° assessments. It is the first to connect a thoroughly-researched battery of competencies with the deep motivations and underlying habits of thought. It reveals the relationship between patterns of action and the internal assumptions that drive behavior. Ultimately, TLCP gives you the whole picture, going to the source of behavior to get greater leverage on change. In an instant, it gets your leader in touch with what is working, what is not, and most importantly, why!
The Leadership Culture Survey (TLCS) delivers a powerful “litmus” test of your leadership culture. Used for your entire organization, or just a leadership team, TLCS reveals valuable data: it tells you how your people view their current leadership culture, and compares that reality to the optimal culture they desire. The “gap” between data on their current culture and their desired culture instantly reveals key opportunities for leadership development. Furthermore, TLCS measures how your leadership culture compares to that of other organizations.
The TLCS will:
- Establish a compelling rationale for change.
- Focus leadership development efforts.
- Delineate cultural challenges associated with acquisitions, mergers, and restructuring plans.
- Correlate leadership to productivity, profits, turnover, and other bottom line metrics.