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Self-awareness of your leadership superpowers

Manager self-awareness is a key contributing factor to employee engagement. A manager that’s aware of their own natural behavioral tendencies and has the ability to adapt to the needs of others, is a manager that can motivate others and get the best out of their team members.

During times of stress or pressure, we all revert back to our most natural behavioral tendencies-this is called threat rigidity. The image below shows where an individual or team might find themselves during a time of crisis or at a time of particularly high pressure. See which Team Type you’re in with Team Discovery.

Knowing your Team Style helps prepare for potential risks. Have an open conversation with the team about the type of team they are and what they can do to avoid these common issues. 

Below are just four of the nine Team Types. Click on each to see what changes based on the members of the team. 

Behavioral Report

Downloading your own behavioral report is a great way to gain an understanding of your own personal drives, needs, and behaviors. When downloading the report, check the “Managerial Style” box for a report that will focus on your most natural managerial tendencies.

Manager Development Chart

The Manager Development Chart provides self coaching tips. Use it to identify your natural strengths as a leader, potential gaps, and to help you identify where you may need to adjust your leadership style to cater to the needs of your direct reports.

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