Step 1 of 2 0% This short, 20 question assessment will take about four minutes and will help you identify whether you are a more Heartwired or Hardwired Leader. Remember in order to get better, you must be honest with yourself. Let's Get Started! 1. I truly believe that everyone, regardless of level or position, counts and can make a difference in what they do.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways2. I ask others what I'm doing right and what I could do better and then I act on their input.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways3. I approach challenges and "push back" as an opportunity to make our plans better.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways4. When asking someone to do something, I spend much more time explaining why than how.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways5. I directly involve my team in setting team goals so they feel ownership of them.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways6. People around me would say I am a good listener.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways7. I "round up" on people (i.e. trust in their positive intentions) rather than "rounding down" on them.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways8. I work to ensure that each person on the team knows our vision and can explain it.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways9. I believe it is important to surround myself with people who are more capable than I am in particular areas.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways10. I ensure follow-up mechanisms are in place around what matters most for our team.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways 11. I sniff out and address conflicts around critical priorities...I don't let issues fester.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways12. I believe that rigorous discussion and productive conflict are critical to reach the best decisions.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways13. I believe that a positive, supportive, and empowering culture is a critical enabler of success.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways14. I am deliberate about learning from my mistakes, knowing this will help me be better in the future.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways15. I am working on being the best leader I can be.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways16. I expose my people to resources and opportunities that help them expand their thinking.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways17. I believe recognition (the "carrot") is a much bigger catalyst for results than threats (the "stick").*SometimesFrequentlyAlways18. I use my personal recognition award to show appreciation to the people around me.*SometimesFrequentlyAlways19. I think it is important for others to know that I have confidence in them and their abilities*SometimesFrequentlyAlways20. I work hard to ensure that my words and my actions are aligned.*SometimesFrequentlyAlwaysTo get your results please enter your email* This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.