This short, multi-choice self-assessment will enable you to better understand your own leadership and management style - and that of those you work with. It consists of 32 multi-choice questions, and most people complete it in less than 5 minutes.

A few things to bear in mind:

  • There is absolutely no 'right' or 'preferred' or 'better' profile - this is just a way for you to get some insight into what your natural style is.
  • So don't overthink it - just choose the answer you prefer in each case.
  • Sometimes, you'll be faced with choosing the answer you dislike least - that's fine, and a purposeful part of the self-assessment.
  • There may be times you'll have a tough time deciding between two options. Go with your first instinct -- the assessment will flush your preferences out as you go along.
  • Finally, you will find yourself thinking 'Haven't I already answered one or more questions quite like this one?' and the answer is yes - the quiz does occasionally ask you to reflect on similar issues from different perspectives.

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So we can use the most appropriate wording in the quiz questions, please choose which of the following applies most closely to your sitiutation:
So we can use the most appropriate wording in the quiz questions, please choose which of the following applies most closely to your sitiutation:
(1 of 2) So we can use the most appropriate wording in the quiz questions, please choose which of the following applies most closely to your situtation.

NOTE: Your choice below does not alter any of the questions in the quiz, nor will it impact your results - it merely ensures appropriate wording is used to reflect your situation (e.g. 'customers' versus, say, 'members' etc) :

I work in a:
(2 of 2) So we can use the most appropriate wording in the quiz questions, please choose which of the following applies most closely to your situtation.

NOTE: Your choice below does not alter any of the questions in the quiz, nor will it impact your results - it merely ensures appropriate wording is used to reflect your situation:

Which of these most closely describes your role:
OK, great - let's get started! And remember: don't overthink your answers :-)

What my colleagues value most about me is:
Of greatest concern to me in my day-to-day work is that:

I most value a colleague when:

In considering a new position, what is most important to me is:
What characterizes me in my day-to-day work activities is that:
A good day for me is when:
What I believe to be most important for our success is:
I spend most of my time:
In my opinion, my closest colleagues think that I am:
In a perfect world, my job would permit me to:
What I bring to a team is that I am:
I succeed most because I understand:
A good day for me is:
I need to feel that:
What I want others to notice about me is:
Any new role I would like to have is:
The most important aspect of my job is:
In my job I am good at:
My attitude toward development work (brainstorming, strategic planning etc) is that it:
In general, the most frequent reason for me putting off an important decision is that:
My ideal job requires me to:
The kinds of tasks I like are:
My most important quality in my current job is:
The person taking over from me should like:
Deep down, I would like to see myself:
What pleases me most in my current job is:
The type of work that gives me the greatest satisfaction is:
I respect leaders most for:
I want to be thought of as someone important in:
What characterizes me in meetings is that:
I’m at my best when I need to:
Of greatest concern to me in my day-to-day work is that:

Almost there!

Just add the information below and click submit to see your assessment results. We'll also send you a more detailed analysis of your profile by email, together with a link to a short video that will help you interpret your results: