There are eleven inherent personality-based risk factors that erode leadership performance. Most of the time, these risks go unidentified and are misunderstood by organizations. However, these personality-based risk factors provide essential insights into leader behavior by yielding reliable root cause data that is not measured by contemporary 360 feedback instruments. These well-established inherent risk factors, that can derail even the most promising careers, explain the gaps between intent and impact.
Learning Outcome Objectives:
- Orientation to inherent personality-based risks and to the fact that everyone has some level of these predispositions as part of “normal” personality,
- Learn how risk factors impact leadership performance success,
- Experience giving critical thought to developmental coaching tactics and feedback techniques for managing risk factors more productively, and to
- Gain an understanding that 360 data reveals only part of the story behind performance behaviors and results. [read more]