The following evaluation provides you a good idea of your talents as a innovator. Knowing your command style can help you understand why you lead how you do, whether changing your look will be easy, and what kind of people you need to hire to compensate for some certain areas of weakness. 1. I like power and control. 2. I pay attention to others, but I like to have the ultimate word.
3. I am not an expert in every area of my business. 4. I don’t care and attention what others think; I really do what is best for me personally. 5. I love the distributed decision-making. 6. I favor the control to be with my supporters. 8. I like to recognize accomplishment. 9. Group people should create their own goals. 10. I do not trust my employees.
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- Harvard University (Cambridge, Mass.)
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11. I love to encourage collaboration. 12. I allow grouping people to resolve their own problems. 13. Employees do only what they’re informed. 14. I want my business to run through groups. 15. I am bad at pursuing up with employees. 16. I decide how to repair problems. 17. I love to help my employees develop and learn. 18. I hardly give any input because my employees know their careers better than I really do. 19. I don’t want to …