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Leadership Lunchroom

WHERE DO YOU SIT IN THE LEADERSHIP LUNCHROOM? You may have never been voted "best hair" or “most likely to succeed," but every leader has their own style and strength. Take a look at some famous leaders and their greatest strengths. THE ADVISOR You are a practical, concrete thinker who is at your most powerful when reacting to and solving other people's problems. CONDOLEEZA RICE THE INFLUENCER You engage people directly and convince them to act. Your power is your persuasion. STEVE JOBS THE STIMULATOR You are the host of other people's emotions. You feel responsible for them, for turning them around, for elevating them. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. THE CREATOR You make sense of the world, pulling it apart, seeing a better configuration, and creating it. ALBERT EINSTEIN THE CONNECTOR You are a catalyst. Your power lies in your craving to put two things to- gether to make something bigger than it is now. MARK ZUCKERBERG THE PROVIDER You sense other people's feelings, and you feel compelled to recognize these feelings, give them a voice and act on them. CONRAD HILTON THE TEACHER You are thrilled by the potential you see in each person. Your power comes from learning how to unleash it. OPRAH WINFREY THE PIONEER You see the world as a friendly place where, around every corner, good things will happen. Your distinctive power starts with your optimism in the face of uncertainty. THOMAS EDISON THE EQUALIZER You are a level-headed person whose power comes from keeping the world in balance, ethically and practically. RONALD REGAN THE MAR CUS BUCKINGHAM COM PANY

Leadership Lunchroom

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Where do you sit in the leadership lunchroom? Every leader has their own style and strengths. Take a look at some famous leaders and their greatest strengths. Who are you most similar too?


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