Just as there are different types of people, so too are there different types of leaders. The PeopleKeys Leadership Report provides you with the information you need to maximize your leadership potential and discover the best way to communicate and motivate those around you.
Being aware of your personality style, as well as knowing the styles of the people around you, can give you the insight you need to get the most out of your team as a leader.
Leadership is Situational
Different situations call for different leadership styles. Knowing your instinctive leadership style and being aware of what leadership style is required to meet the demands of the situation or environment is an essential requirement for being a good leader. Leadership is a learned skill. Knowing your personality style allows you to capitalize on your leadership strengths, and make the appropriate adjustments when the environment demands it.
Leadership is Personal
There is no doubt that your personality style has a huge impact on your leadership style. By knowing your DISC Behavioral Style, you can gain immediate insight into your communication preferences, what motivates you and how you instinctively try to motivate others. In short, you learn what type of leader you are.
Each behavioral style has instinctive behavioral strengths and limitations. Learning how to maximize your strengths and minimize your limitations is the first step in effective leadership development.