LSI_Tutorial - GM 591 Leadership and Organizational Behavior Life Styles Inventory Overview Good leaders learn their specific personal strengths

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1 GM 591: Leadership and Organizational Behavior Life Styles Inventory Overview Strengthening Organizations through Individual Effectiveness “Good leaders learn their specific personal strengths and weaknesses, especially in dealing with other people, then build on the strengths and correct the weaknesses.” ~ Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done
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2 LSI Premise The LSI is based on the knowledge that in order to understand and change behavior, we must first examine the feelings and thoughts that underlie and motivate everything we do.
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3 LIFE STYLES INVENTORYTM: SELF-DESCRIPTION Results on the Life Styles Inventory are exclusively for purposes of self-improvement in the context of organizational and management development programs. Your personal profile reflects only what you have said about yourself plotted against what others have said about themselves. All styles measured by the Inventory are within the realm of normal human behaviors and personal orientations. Most managers show significant extensions along
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course PM586ON B taught by Professor W during the Fall '10 term at Keller Graduate School of Management.

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LSI_Tutorial - GM 591 Leadership and Organizational Behavior Life Styles Inventory Overview Good leaders learn their specific personal strengths

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