“The more you know yourself, the more patience you have for what you see in others.”
It is very important for a leader to know their natural leadership tendencies. It is equally important that the leader share these tendencies with their leadership team. I have found that understanding my tendencies and sharing these tendencies with my leadership team has greatly enhanced our ability to communicate collaboratively and problem solve effectively.
While attending the U.S. Army War College a few years ago, I was able to take part in personality surveys and leadership assessments. These surveys and assessments were very enlightening to me.… Read the rest