Each leadership zone comprises two essentially different qualities that move on a common leadership axis. The combination of these qualities is what enables the leader to choose from a wide and diverse range of actions in order to deal with leadership challenges.
Approach to Goals
The ratio between a commitment to achieving targets and determination to achieve goals and being people-oriented and having the skills to be attentive.
Approach to Conflict
The ratio between a person’s ability to assert opinions and ideas and being open to considering and hearing the opinions of others.
Approach to Teamwork
The ratio between being able to collaborate with others, and the desire to excel and win.
Style of Leading
The ratio between being authoritative and taking the initiative, and the ability to be close, attentive and personal.
Approach to Plans
The ratio between being methodical and structured, and being able to be creative and improvise.
Style of Thinking
The ratio between being able to be realistic and relying on data and being able to think in abstract terms.
Approach to Change
The ratio between being able to challenge the current situation and initiate change and being able to manage risks and manage with caution.
Style of Energy
The ratio between being able to show enthusiasm and positivity and being business-like and in control.