Imagine the possibilities if you could:
• Communicate with those who have similar preferences as well as those who think differently?
• Approach problems differently?
• Ignite creativity and innovation?
• Think differently about relationships?
• Appreciate diverse thinking preferences and how they contribute to outcomes?
• See beyond mental blind spots to reach breakthrough results?
• Improve decision-making and problem solving?
This 120-question assessment results in a profile of your preferred thinking styles. By understanding your thinking style preferences you can achieve greater appreciation for how you learn, make decisions, solve problems, communicate, and why you do these and other things the way you do. The assessment measures preferences rather than skills.
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The Energy Leadership Index (ELI) is a one-of-a-kind assessment that enables leaders to hold up mirrors to their perceptions, attitudes, behaviors and overall leadership capabilities. The ELI forms the initial launching point for the Energy Leadership Development System, by providing you with a baseline for your current level of awareness, performance, and effectiveness. You progress through a debriefing and orientation process that then enables you to plan your development roadmap. You’ll understand the concept of levels of energy, and how they are related to leadership excellence. You’ll then learn how to shift your energy to present yourself in a way that inspires greatness in others.
American Heritage Dictionary defines a manager as someone who controls. Unfortunately for most businesses, that definition is taken literally. Being an effective leader in the twenty-first century requires letting go of the autocratic, dictatorial, controlling stereotype we have witnessed over the last half century.
The Leader of Today & Tomorrow
Today’s leader must be participatory and flexible yet also powerful enough to inspire others. No formula is available that can teach the ideal leadership style, since what works for some people doesn’t work for others, and what works at times doesn’t work all the time. Any particular leader’s style is based on previous learning and experiences, while the nature of energy - and people as energetic beings - is always changing. As a consequence, today’s leaders must not only have a great deal of knowledge and experience, they must be flexible and open to change as well.
The Manager of Old
The American Heritage Dictionary defines a manager as someone who controls. Unfortunately for most businesses, that definition is taken literally. Being an effective leader in the 21st century requires letting go of the autocratic, dictatorial, controlling stereotype we have witnessed over the last half century. Energy Leadership is the process that develops a personally effective style of leadership that positively influences and changes those you work and interact with, yourself, and your entire organization.