PREVIEW OF CONFRONT ISSUES
WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE
Leaders that confront issues know that a key component of leadership is having the courage and the fortitude to take on difficult situations. Whether the situation is a work problem, or a specific person or people, they know that if they don’t resolve it in a timely and effective manner they are the ones accountable for the fallout to individuals and the organization. They don’t find pride or joy in tackling tough situations, but rather see it as a duty that is theirs to fulfill. They know the role of the leader is to confront problems, make hard decisions, and take the necessary actions to protect and enable other people and drive the performance of the organization...
PSYCHOMETRIC 360 QUESTIONS
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