Collaborative Leadership Quiz
The difference between a collaborative and command and control leader is as different as day and night.
Command and Control Leaders
- Are autocratic and less interested in listening to employee ideas and suggestions.
- Decide conflict unilaterally.
- Inconsistently perform in ways that build trust, interdependence, genuineness, empathy, risk resolution and success on teams.
- Find it challenging to supervise people with more talent than they have.
- Spend time building relationships and share control.
- Handle conflict constructively with the commitment and accountability of those involved.
- Consistently perform in ways that build trust, interdependence, genuineness, empathy, risk resolution and success on teams.
- Frequently lead people with more talent in certain areas than they have.
Collaborative Leadership Today
Leadership success may depend on how well leaders merge employee potential with the information they possess and their willingness to share their knowledge throughout the organization.
If one of your strategic initiatives is to transform your organization’s work culture to one with a focus on connectivity, communication and cooperation, this complimentary survey from the TIGERS® Engagement Platform shares valuable behavior insights for your collaborative leadership development goals.