And I knew exactly what to do. But in a much more real sense, I had no idea what to do.
~Michael Scott, The Office
To be a great leader, you need the basics – common sense, good judgement, an impressive name plate. But you also need something Michael Scott only had fleetingly: self-awareness. You have to be willing to do what Michael and a lot of not-so-successful leaders won’t – take a good look at yourself, and see if there are areas for improvement.
Hey, nobody’s perfect, and being a leader is hard work, whether you manage two people or two hundred. The Omnia Leadership Report is designed to help you and your organization’s managers define and understand your own personal leadership styles.
Why is this important? Because making changes to take advantage of your own strengths and minimize your own challenge areas is easier than changing everyone around you. Because being willing to grow makes you more than a manager; it makes you a leader. And an organization that grows leaders has the competitive edge. Because more often than not, people leave managers, not jobs.
Self-awareness is a proactive step you can take to create a culture of genuine leadership, development and self-improvement. Help yourself and your organization’s managers gain competitive edge.
Each Omnia Leadership Report includes:
Managers with a “one size fits all”, my-way-or-the-highway style of management fail to see the value in understanding their own team. And that’s when real problems start. You might not lose people (very quickly), but you will lose their engagement and get average effort (at best). Give employees what they value most and you’ll reap the benefits.
Each report includes:
The Omnia Leadership Report and Direct Report Analysis are nonthreatening, personal improvement resources written to your managers, not about them. They are not impersonal, there are no scores, no comparisons, no pass or fail language. They are concise, practical tools to help managers understand how their personal preferences relate to leadership tasks and to the preferences of their team.