When it comes to developing leaders, quite simply, I want development opportunities that help them lead better, manage change better and connect better. This hits all that and more.

There are eight Agile EQ mindsets you can call on to guide your interactions. No one mindset is more valuable than the next; rather, the needs of a particular situation will dictate which is appropriate. 

Read below, what do you recognize as mindsets that come naturally for you and take less effort? Which might take more effort for you? 

Learning when and how to adopt each mindset will let you take an agile approach to your interactions.

Self-Assured 

Asserting your opinions and rights, projecting confidence in your ideas and abilities, and taking charge of situations

Dynamic

Initiating action on your ideas, influencing people, and projecting a strong social presence

Outgoing 

Establishing and maintaining relationships and expressing your emotions and unfiltered thoughts to others

Empathizing 

Reaching out with compassion, seeking to understand people’s emotional needs and struggles, and being supportive

Receptive

Staying open to others’ ideas and being willing to compromise or set aside your own needs and preferences

Composed

Reflecting before acting, moderating your responses (even under stress), and exercising diplomacy

Objective 

Separating facts from emotions and keeping the discussion focused on logic

Resolute

Standing your ground in the face of opposition, speaking up about problems, and pushing through any resistance

Organizations are investing in and developing their leaders more than ever while creating real connections and feelings of belonging, resulting in higher levels of retention and engagement.

For a free consultation on the next steps to help your leaders thrive in the new environment, contact me at Randall@solutiondevelopmentgroup.com