Thank you for completing the Adaptability Survey. Based on your answers please see the following analysis.
You scored very high across four critical areas of adaptability on this self-evaluation. If corroborated by your colleagues, this would indicate you have the capacity to diagnose complexity, both for the organization and at an individual level. You act in ways that appreciate the nuances of social complexity and behavioral clues in yourself and in others. This suggests that your ability to listen for complexity is well developed, giving you the opportunity to intervene with organizational systems in ways that are stage-appropriate. Your capacity to facilitate collective success and the output of others during times of change, stress, and complexity can support organizations doing the difficult work of change. But there is no such thing as resting on your laurels in the realm of leadership. Continuing to hone your radar, experimenting with ways in which you can support organizational progress, and harnessing conflict in productive ways is the work of leadership and must be regularly practiced with intentionality. Indeed, the world – and our organizations – need us to improve at these very things. Kudos to you for your continued interest in becoming a better practitioner of leadership. Your curiosity is a critical ingredient to the success you are having.
How can I leverage these results to practice leadership more effectively?
Cambridge Leadership Associates holds a public programs to experience the ideas central to Adaptive Leadership. Due to COVID-19, we are converting some of our public programs to an online experience and we’re happy to invite you to join us for the next experience on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The program, with modified content, will allow you to dive into some of these ideas with other interested colleagues. To learn more about this program or its registration fees, please email email@example.com