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Use the resources below to assess your leadership capacity and identify development opportunities that can assist you in leading your team through change.

The Leadership STAND Assessment

During times of change, your team is looking for you to navigate them to success. They need you to motivate your team and show them the way toward improvement, seizing opportunities, and tackling key issues that need to address. These changes I am referring to require a perception change. You should be able to see things from different angles. These include changes to job roles, processes, organizational structures, and new technologies. Although it is a two-way process, your leadership and guidance for effective transitions will only work when you take a STAND in the following areas:

  • Be selfless by making the best decisions for the team and the organization, not yourself.

  • Be tactful in your approach. Consider how the changes impact those you are communicating with and convey all messages with empathy and timely fashion. 

  • Be aware of why the changes are being made, the expected benefit, and stay updated on any pertinent updates. When you can speak intelligently about the progress, potential problems, and proactive measures being taken, you build trust with your teams. 

  • Be nimble in your thinking. You must be quick to comprehend, ask for clarification, think, invent, and come up with solutions.

  • Be daring enough to have unpopular, yet necessary, conversations and courageous sufficient to overcome resistance until you get the desired result. 

 

Take the STAND Assessment to determine your primary leadership style when navigating change. 

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The 4 Cs of Leadership Confidence Assessment

The culture of your organization or department is largely dependent on how the leaders handle change, chaos, and comfort. Here is the ongoing process that occurs in thriving businesses:

  1. The leader introduces changes to futureproof the organization.

  2. Those changes disrupt the culture and cause uncertainty and chaos amongst managers and within departments.

  3. After the changes have been accepted by the staff, they become the new norm, and everyone gets comfortable again.

  4. The culture changes for the better or for worse, depending on the confidence and courage of the leaders.

Take the 4 Cs of Leadership Confidence Assessment to determine your primary leadership style when navigating change. 

 

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