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There’s no one “correct” leadership style, because every organization is different and needs to be led differently. But anyone who wants to excel as a leader needs to know where they are strong and weak both in the inner-core as well as the outer-core. Great leadership is less a function of what your predominant trait is and much more a function of the overall maturity of your traits, all of which combine to determine your leadership presence and effectiveness.

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More than ever, your company and people looking for leadership to navigate this changing, unpredictable world.

To adapt, you must accept the challenge of the moment, and embrace the one thing that remains constant — that leadership never stops.


So, what’s the path forward? It’s not as simple as finding the right strategy — you must question long-held beliefs and unlearn norms that are stifling success. 


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The founder of the Psychodynamic approach, Sigmund Freud, suggested that our personality was a lot more complexed than originally suggested and that our behavior, and personality, is driven by our innate drives and needs.

“It’s so incredible to finally be understood.”

Are you a Driver, Analytical, Amiable or Expressive type of person? Take our Personality Test and get an overview of who you are and why you do things the way you do. 

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