Research: Understanding Leaders Adaptability and Versatility
Two models that are often used in conjunction are Situational Leadership® and SOCIAL STYLE®. While these models target distinct areas of leader performance, a question that has never been addressed is whether there are any unknown benefits when the two programs are combined. Can leaders gain insights from both models, when used together, that could improve their effectiveness?
To answer this question, The Center for Leadership Studies (CLS) and TRACOM Group partnered to conduct research with 4,237 people who were profiled on each model. They used a multi–rater assessment method, meaning that leaders were profiled by their teams and other coworkers, to more effectively determine their leadership style and individual behavioral preferences.
As featured in Training Industry, view the online versions of the article here: https://trainingindustry.com/magazine/sep-oct-2019/organizational-resiliency-a-function-of-leader-adaptability-and-versatility/
Or in the online magazine here : https://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/trainingindustry/tiq_20190910/index.php#/28
The article was authored by Casey Mulqueen, Ph.D., Senior Director of Learning & Development at TRACOM, and Sam Shriver, Ed.D., Executive Vice President at Center for Leadership Studies.