How to uncover potentially destructive leadership blind spots 😳

Do you ask questions like this:

  • “Am I a good leader?” 

  • “What am I doing or not doing that might be limiting my effectiveness as a leader?”

  • “Does my team feel good about how they are being led?”


These are legitimate questions that every leader asks at one point in time. Those who seek to get better as a leader probably ask them often.  

 

So how do you get an accurate picture of YOUR leadership

 

If like me, you’ve wondered about this, I want to make you aware of a powerful tool that can help you uncover potentially destructive blind spots and expand the territory of your self-awareness.

 

This tool is called the Everything DiSC 363® for Leaders assessment. Perhaps you’ve heard of a 360º assessment? Everything DiSC 363 takes this concept to the next level.

 

Everything DiSC 363® combines the best of 360s with the simplicity and power of DiSC, plus offering three customized strategies for improving your leadership effectiveness. These three strategies are based upon your results and can be put into place immediately. This assessment is completely geared to encouraging the support and development of your excellent leadership. 

 

A typical 360º report offers confusing spreadsheets and dry charts to interpret.  Everything DiSC 363 saw this challenge and remedied it with clear visuals and a conversational narrative style to interpret and explain the data, making the report easy to understand and use.  

 

If this is the solution you’ve been looking for, I’d be happy to talk with you about how to begin the Everything DiSC 363® assessment process.

 

I’ve even developed a couple of packages I believe will suit your needs and budget.


Here’s to getting better as a leader, with research-validated data to help you do so!  
 

I hope this helps.

Blessings!



Discover your blind spots with the Everything DiSC 363® assessment. 


To learn more, visit: http://www.everythingdisc.com/billcoxcoaching

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