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Score of 31 out of 35 meaning that i understand the

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score of 31 out of 35 meaning that I understand the importance behind a good leader-follower relationship and am willing to reward good performance. Next, I received a score of 33 out of 35 for being a ‘Democratic’ leader which not only was my highest score but also almost perfect. Therefore, I prefer an environment in which all the employees/followers are highly participative and like to voice their opinions. Furthermore, I am very likely to implement suggestions made by subordinates and am an advocate for group consensus. As for my level of ‘pacesetting’, I received a score of 29 out of 35 which is slightly lower than a majority of my scores. In order to improve in this area, it is necessary that I work on developing a clear objective with measurable milestones that can ensure to keep the team on schedule. Furthermore, I will need to learn to develop methods of measuring productivity in order to ensure milestones are being reached. Finally, my ‘commanding’ ability was scored as a 31 out of 35 meaning that I am relatively high in my ability to give out instructions and delegate tasks in order to ensure that a goal is collectively reached by a team. In conclusion, I believe that these results are accurate for the most part especially for components such as ‘coaching’ and ‘pacesetting’ which require the most improvement on my end. I expected my scores in these two respective areas to be much lower than the remainder since I often struggle in perceiving the scope of development for those lower than me in terms of ‘coaching’, and also struggle in efficient scheduling and time- management in terms of ‘pacesetting’.
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