A 10-Minute Self-Test
By Dr. Jill Ammon-Wexler
International Success Mentor

Discover if you're a natural General, or perhaps
have John F. Kennedy, Oprah, or Bill Gates-type
leadership skills. Choose the ONE below numbered
item that best describes your leadership style.
Then scroll down to the "Self Test Answers" to
learn what famous leader you resemble, or perhaps
get a clue to your personal destiny!

==>(1) I like to inspire others to my beliefs, then
let them take the necessary self-directed actions.

==>(2) I am non-emotional, and like to just jump
in and drive my team to achieve the goal at hand.

==>(3) I like to develop a general overall strategy
before I assign goal-directed responsibilities.

==>(4) I like to micro-analyze the challenge and
know exactly what it will to take to achieve a goal.

==>(5) I like to set a specific long-range goal, then
use a *hands-off* approach to management.

==>(6) I just seem to *know* when something will
work, and use *trial and error* to guide my team.

==>(7) I enjoy a lot of personal interaction with my
team, and like to receive their input as we go along.

1. You're a "charismatic" leader. Your strong point
is your personal magnetism. You easily communicate
inspiring ideas. Your inspiration motivates a team to
belief and action. You're a Gandhi or Martin Luther
King-type leader!

Your team identifies with your energy, and with your
deep level of commitment. You inspire others to:
=Commit to a shared purpose or goal
=Help brainstorm new approaches to challenges
=Express their beliefs

2. You're a "goal-oriented" leader. You use logic,
reason and planned behavior tools to achieve team
success. You're mentally tough, in control, and
communicate well. Your focus is on teamwork, and
making sure goals are achieved. You'd make a
fabulous General or big-time CEO!

You motivate your team using:
=Schedules and coordinated action
=Clearly stated procedures
=Detailed facts and plans

3. You're a "strategic" leader. You have objective
left brain leadership skills. You're a true rational
problem solver. You love to analyze a situation,
and lay out an overall team strategy to achieve the
goal. You're like Henry Ford -- father of the modern
assembly-line method of manufacturing!

You manage using logical tools to:
=Analyze and compare several approaches
=Determine the most promising approach
=Set clear goals
=Decide who is best for what task

4. You're a "task-oriented" leader with strong detail-
oriented analytical skills. You have a special talent
for micro-analyzing a problem or goal, and
determining exactly how much time will be needed,
how much money will be required, etc. to ensure
success. You're a natural Chief Financial Officer!

You tend to:
=Analyze exactly what tasks are required
=Pre-establish methods and procedures
=Assign specific tasks and guidelines
=Keep a project tightly organized

5. You're a "visionary" leader. You like to create
a goal vision, then initiate action to achieve it. You
can start projects, but may prefer to be more of a
*hands off* manager. You seem to be a John F.
Kennedy-type leader!

You ensure team success by:
=Creating a long-range goal
=Defining an overall strategy
=Attracting others to manage
=Keeping others inspired

6. You're an "intuitive leader. You don't use
rational step-by-step reasoning to make decisions.
You just seem to know when something will work,
often without logical evidence. Your wisdom isn't
explained with logic. You're a shoot-from-the-hip
"young Bill Gates" type leader!

You tend to:
=Have, and follow, hunches
=React quickly and intuitively
=Use trial and error to solve problems

7. You're an "interactive" leader. You're deeply
aware of the feelings and emotions of others.
You have great leadership skills, and are a true
relationship expert. You communicate easily, are
spontaneous, and show your feelings openly.
You're one of those rare, loyalty-inspiring "down
in the trenches" type leaders like Oprah!

You tend to:
=Maintain strong relationships
=Stay in touch with your staff
=Express genuine concern for others

Leadership is at the core of business and personal
success. This is true whether you're leading a
team, OR simply your own self. The most
extraordinary leaders are those who have built a
powerful, no limits self-concept.

But no one is born this way, it's a learned (and
learnable) personal success trait.

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