Personality at work the drivers and derailers of leadership

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Personality at Work: The Drivers and Derailers of Leadership by Ronald Warren

An Evidence-Based Approach to Personality and Leadership

A leaders bullying and constant dismissal of his teams concerns nearly take down an entire company--and the global financial system. The U.S. Government has to provide a $182 billion bailout. A new CEO transforms a near-bankrupt auto company and its infamously competitive culture becomes more collaborative and thrives--making it the only auto manufacturer to not take bailout funds.

These stories share a truth: Each leaders personality set the course of their companys future. We all know that IQ, education, knowledge, and technical skills are essential for professionals, but they alone are insufficient for effective leadership. Who you are as a person--your personality and character--drives leadership performance and determines who thrives and who fails.

In Personality at Work, psychologist Ron Warren lays out the key personality traits that drive high performance--and the common traits that derail it. Warren clusters closely related traits into four dimensions of behavior:



- Teamwork/Social Intelligence
- Deference
- Dominance
- Grit/Task Mastery.Each cluster is broken down into personality traits--13 in all.

Personality at Work draws from research using the renowned LMAP 360 with 20,000 leaders and 250,000 360-feedback raters. An assessment used at organizations around the world, LMAP 360 is used at Harvard Business School, Yale School of Management, Underwriter Laboratories, BearingPoint, Deloitte, Teach for America, Clayton Homes, and more than 35 hospital systems throughout the United States.

Personality at Work integrates research on personality and performance, teamwork, communications, judgment, and decision-making. You will learn how to ...

- Recognize your own personality patterns and those of colleagues
- Understand the links between personality, leadership, and organizational effectiveness
- Turn insights into action, leading with Grit and EQ to drive individual and team performance
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What would your coworkers say about your personality at work? Do you show grit? Are you too dominant? I recently interviewed Warren for the LEADx Podcast , where he discussed his approach to personality assessment and what traits help or hinder leadership. The interview below has been lightly edited for space and clarity. Kevin Kruse: In your book you talk about grit and emotional intelligence as performance drivers.

The U. A new CEO transforms a near-bankrupt auto company and its infamously competitive culture becomes more collaborative and thrives—making it the only auto manufacturer to not take bailout funds. We all know that IQ, education, knowledge, and technical skills are essential for professionals, but they alone are insufficient for effective leadership. Who you are as a person —your personality and character—drives leadership performance and determines who thrives and who fails. In Personality at Work , psychologist Ron Warren lays out the key personality traits that drive high performance—and the common traits that derail it. Personality at Work draws from research using the renowned LMAP with 20, leaders and , feedback raters.

Personality At Work: The Drivers And Derailers Of Leadership

Please Read Notes: Brand New, International Softcover Edition, Printed in black and white pages, minor self wear on the cover or pages, Sale restriction may be printed on the book, but Book name, contents, and author are exactly same as Hardcover Edition. Convert currency. - Some studies touted EQ as more important to success than IQ or achievement drive.

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