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Your Team Health Checkup –
The Leadership Assessment Tool
Your company/brand is a living, breathing, heart organism and You as the leader are responsible for its health. If any part of your team is unhealthy, your company/brand suffers. Just like with your own physical health, your company/brand needs regular checkups to ensure that everyone on your team (including you) is operating at their highest level.
In my business, I have learned that your company/brand is only as healthy as your relationship with your team. The key to kick ass, in sync, high-functioning, harmonious and happy AF to work for you teams is a leader with a strong C.O.R.E.
In my role as The Conflict Closer, I work with leaders who have teams. I diagnose and prescribe the best practices, solutions and healing to tighten up your C.O.R.E. in order for you to be the most effective leader. My work is about Prevention, Intervention and Transformation.
So here’s my question to you: How healthy is your team?
Take my free Team Checkup for Leaders and find out.
Just like a regular checkup, a successful diagnosis depends on an honest disclosure of habits, symptoms and deep pain. Give some real thought to the best answer you can give to each one of the questions in each of the categories. Get quiet, breathe and dig deep.
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Thank you so much for taking this courageous step.
I am about to reveal your results to you, but here’s what I want you to know first:
- Before you read the results, remember that this is the first step.
- It is important to take a few minutes to really read through where your health check is in terms of leadership and your team.
- I’ll show you how to diagnose it further. Just click here to set up your free consultation with me. Don’t worry, I’m not going to sell you anything on the call.
If You Scored…
138 – 150: Perfect Health
Your On The Surface Test results are in and your C.O.R.E. looks strong. Your heart is functioning well, your company/brand blood is flowing, no clogged communication, stress is being managed and blood pressure is low with no room for explosions.
Diagnosis: From your perspective as a leader, you communicate clearly, compassionately and consistently. You are on point with the company/brand mission and highly productive and self-care and wellness are a top priority for you as a leader. Relationships are strong and you are actively engaged in the business of executing your brand vision expertly. As the leader, you take great care of yourself and you pay close attention to both the numbers and the relationships.
Prescription: Make certain that there is no disease forming underneath the surface. In our work together, we can make sure that undiagnosed problems don’t grow in to full blown illness for your brand.
117 – 137: Pre-disease Stage and your C.O.R.E. is starting to show signs of weakness
Disease has already begun and you and your company/brand are starting to feel it. The complications are showing up in breakdowns in communication, poor engagement in conflict and productivity is not on point with the company/ brand mission. You may have tried to cover it up with bandaid attempts at ineffective solutions but the heart and soul of the company/brand are starting to feel the effects and cracks are beginning to show. You have known for awhile that things are not right but you have been able to put on a good face to the outside world. But now your suspicions are confirmed. You and your team are in danger of developing a full blown disease.
Prescription: First of all, breathe and feel grateful that you caught it before it spreads and puts you and your brand in cardiac arrest. Now is the time to determine the full extent of the damage done so far. You and I can work together to customize a plan of Prevention, Intervention and Transformation to start strengthening and healing your C.O.R.E.
86 – 116: Stage 2 of a leadership threatening disease that is eating away at your C.O.R.E.
Things are really starting to slip or they never really got off the ground. Relationships and communication are not in good shape and neither productivity nor objectivity are at the level of your expectations.
Prescription: Breathe and pause long enough to take it in. Run the scenarios in your head that you know or suspect are threatening to negatively affect you and your team. Let me help you get your C.O.R.E. functioning at its highest. You and I can work together to customize a plan of Prevention, Intervention and Transformation to start strengthening and healing your C.O.R.E. A solid, well-functioning C.O.R.E. can take you to the next level.
85 and Under: Your leadership health is in serious danger
You are in Stage 3 or 4 of disease that has already done serious damage to your C.O.R.E. Communication and relationships are at a low and you and your brand are not the picture of health you envisioned when you first started to dream about your team. If you are honest with yourself, you had a strong sense of the diagnosis before you took this checkup.
Prescription: Breathe and pause long enough to take it in. Use that strong gut feeling to lead you to the next step. Let’s work together to really establish, heal and strengthen your C.O.R.E. Let me get to work right away. You and I can work together to customize a plan of Prevention, Intervention and Transformation to really go to work on your C.O.R.E.
Question 1 of 47
1. QuestionCategory: Leadership
Does your team come to you first with problems or mistakes?
Question 2 of 47
2. QuestionCategory: Leadership
Are you transparent with your team about company/brand policies, your workplace beliefs and ethics right upfront and on a consistent basis?
Question 3 of 47
3. QuestionCategory: Leadership
Do you inspire your team to always bring their best to the table by modeling it in both your on and offline presence?
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4. QuestionCategory: Leadership
Are you engaged in ongoing personal and professional growth that is visible to your team?
Question 5 of 47
5. QuestionCategory: Leadership
Does your mood affect the way you greet, interact with or handle problems with your team?
Question 6 of 47
6. QuestionCategory: Leadership
Do you own and correct the mistakes you make with your team in a transparent way?
Question 7 of 47
7. QuestionCategory: Communication
Do you communicate your thoughts clearly both verbally and in writing and then check for understanding beyond a yes or no response?
Question 8 of 47
8. QuestionCategory: Communication
Do you yell, sulk, sigh, threaten or show exasperation with your team when:
You are under a great deal of stress?
They complete a project incorrectly?
They miss a deadline?
Question 9 of 47
9. QuestionCategory: Communication
Do you listen beneath the words to the feelings and to what they value when a team member is talking to you?
Question 10 of 47
10. QuestionCategory: Communication
Do you meet conflict head on in order to resolve it?
Question 11 of 47
11. QuestionCategory: Communication
Do you verbally annihilate the other person?
Question 12 of 47
12. QuestionCategory: Communication
Do you avoid conflicts?
Question 13 of 47
13. QuestionCategory: Communication
Do you ask questions without assuming the answers?
Question 14 of 47
14. QuestionCategory: Communication
Do you use silence in order to pause and discern what your soul is leading you to do?
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15. QuestionCategory: Communication
Do you use silence in order to punish the other person?
Question 16 of 47
16. QuestionCategory: Performance/Productivity
Do you understand and place value on the role of culture in the workplace?
Question 17 of 47
17. QuestionCategory: Performance/Productivity
Is your team happy to be working for you?
Question 18 of 47
18. QuestionCategory: Performance/Productivity
Are they happy to be working for the company/brand?
Question 19 of 47
19. QuestionCategory: Performance/Productivity
Are they happy in their current position?
Question 20 of 47
20. QuestionCategory: Performance/Productivity
Do they consistently deliver their assignments on time or ahead of time for the expected deadline?
Question 21 of 47
21. QuestionCategory: Performance/Productivity
Do some team members hold up productivity regularly?
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22. QuestionCategory: Performance/Productivity
Do they consistently do their work with very few mistakes?
Question 23 of 47
23. QuestionCategory: Performance/Productivity
Do team members take responsibility for their mistakes?
Question 24 of 47
24. QuestionCategory: Company/Brand Mission Mindset
Does the team know what the company/brand mission is and what it represents to you and to them?
Question 25 of 47
25. QuestionCategory: Company/Brand Mission Mindset
Does the team recognize the effect on the company/brand when the same mistakes are made without correction?
Question 26 of 47
26. QuestionCategory: Company/Brand Mission Mindset
Have you provided team members with enough of the company/brand experience to inspire loyalty?
Question 27 of 47
27. QuestionCategory: Company/Brand Mission Mindset
Does the team care about you and the company/brand?
Question 28 of 47
28. QuestionCategory: Company/Brand Mission Mindset
Did they admire and want to work for this company/brand?
Question 29 of 47
29. QuestionCategory: Company/Brand Mission Mindset
Do they always perform according to the mission and values of the company/brand?
Question 30 of 47
30. QuestionCategory: Relationships
Do you provide opportunities for team members to get to know who is on the team, what they do, work styles and life goals?
Question 31 of 47
31. QuestionCategory: Relationships
Do some team members lose their patience quickly, get easily frustrated, yell or shut down?
Question 32 of 47
32. QuestionCategory: Relationships
Does the team work together in flow the majority of the time?
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33. QuestionCategory: Relationships
– Do team members care about each other? Is there genuine concern for each other’s physical and emotional well-being?
Question 34 of 47
34. QuestionCategory: Relationships
Does the team rise above problems together?
Question 35 of 47
35. QuestionCategory: Relationships
Is there gossiping and back stabbing happening amongst the team?
Question 36 of 47
36. QuestionCategory: Self-Care
Does the team including leadership use techniques to handle stress? (i.e. deep breathing, taking breaks, healthy eating, etc.)
Question 37 of 47
37. QuestionCategory: Self-Care
Do you stay informed about current research on stress?
Question 38 of 47
38. QuestionCategory: Self-Care
Do you look at what triggers you in conflict and do the work of discovering their roots?
Question 39 of 47
39. QuestionCategory: Self-Care
Do you encourage a reasonable work schedule balanced with taking time off for physical, emotional, spiritual and mental health?
Question 40 of 47
40. QuestionCategory: Self-Care
Do you take vacations more than once a year?
Question 41 of 47
41. QuestionCategory: Self-Care
Do you unplug from technology for at least one hour each day besides when you are sleeping?
Question 42 of 47
42. QuestionCategory: Building Longevity
Have you fired two or more team members within the last 2 years?
Question 43 of 47
43. QuestionCategory: Building Longevity
If team members have quit do you know their reasons for leaving?
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44. QuestionCategory: Building Longevity
Do you make a conscious effort to let team members know their value to the team and the company/brand?
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45. QuestionCategory: Building Longevity
Are there opportunities for independent thinking and sharing ideas?
Question 46 of 47
46. QuestionCategory: Building Longevity
Are team members compensated according to what they are worth?
Question 47 of 47
47. QuestionCategory: Building Longevity
Do you invest in Professional Development opportunities for your team?