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  • 1. Leadership Orientation Bolman, Lee G., and Terrence E. Deal, Four Frameworks for Leadership, 1991. The following questions ask you to describe your leadership style. For each item, give the number "4" to the phrase that best describes you, "3" to the item that is next best, and on down to "1" for the item that is least like you. 1. My strongest skills are: 4. What people are most likely to notice       a. Analytic skills about me is my:       b. Interpersonal skills       a. Attention to detail       c. Political skills       b. Concern for people      d. Ability to excite & motivate       c. Ability to succeed, in the face of conflict and opposition       d. Charisma. 2. The best way to describe me is:       a. Technical expert 5. My most important leadership trait is:       b. Good listener      a. Clear, logical thinking      c. Skilled negotiator       b. Caring and support for others       d. Inspirational leader       c. Toughness and aggressiveness       d. Imagination and creativity 3. What has helped me the most to be successful is my ability to: 6. I am best described as:       a. Make good decisions       a. An analyst       b. Coach and develop people       b. A humanist       c. Build strong alliances and a       c. A politician power base       d. A visionary       d. Energize and inspire others
  • 2. SCORING THE SURVEY • Once you have completed all answers – so that each and every answer is ranked:  Add up all the values for the “a” answers, the “b” answers, the “c” answers, and the “d” answers      +     +     +     +     +       =      (a)      +     +     +     +     +       =       (b)      +     +     +     +     +       =       (c)      +     +     +     +     +       =       (d)

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