What’s your leadership style?
From new managers to seasoned executives, it is not uncommon for the answer to this question to be along the lines of “I’m not too sure.” If you feel the same or have never had the chance to investigate, take this leadership styles quiz to uncover your approach to leadership.
Find out how you compare to your colleagues by sharing this quiz. Then, read the corresponding guide to learn the strengths and weaknesses of each leadership style, as well as other helpful resources. With the help of this handbook, you’ll be able to determine which of the six most common leadership styles you currently adhere to and decide if you want that to change in 2022.
Leadership Style Test
Related Leadership Resources
The Leadership Styles Handbook: Finding The Style That Works Best For You and Your Team - With the help of this handbook, you’ll be able to better understand which of the six most common leadership styles you currently adhere to and decide if you want that to change. Within its pages, you will find:
- An overview of the six of the most commonly used leadership styles
- The common traits of each style to see if your personality is a match
- The advantages and disadvantages of each style to determine which one is right for you
The Ultimate Guide to Middle Management: What's Changing, Why it's Hard, and How to Get Ahead - In this guide, we take a deep dive into the changes affecting middle management, why the job is so complex, and the skills needed going forward. Download a copy to learn:
- How expectations for middle managers are changing
- Why middle management is so hard
- The skills middle managers need to succeed
- An editable personal development plan
First-Time Supervisors and Managers: The Guide for Making the Transition to Leadership - Are you a first-time manager or supervisor? On track for a promotion to management? An aspiring leader? You might even be the colleague or leader of someone who is at this stage in their career.
If the answer is yes, then our latest guide is a must-read as it contains chapters on:
- The differences between an individual contributor and a leader
- Common first-time mistakes
- The hard truths about leadership
- What it means to be a leader
- The skills new managers and supervisors need to succeed