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Quiz: How Do Your Time Management Skills Stack Up?

Posted by Mark Murphy on 10 May, 2017 Quizzes, Time Management | 2 comments | Read more →

Quiz: Could You Pass This Job Interview?

Thanks to research like our Hiring For Attitude project, interviewers are becoming increasingly sophisticated.  Are you up-to-date with the latest techniques?  Can you pass this job interview?

Quiz: How Do You React To Constructive Criticism?

We’re all going to receive constructive criticism at some point. So the big question is “how will I react to constructive criticism?”  Take this quiz to see how YOU react to constructive criticism.

Posted by Mark Murphy on 24 April, 2017 Constructive Criticism, Interpersonal Skills, Quizzes | 7 comments | Read more →

Quiz: Do You Know How To Listen With Empathy?

Imagine if people had zero empathy; if we couldn’t understand others’ perspectives. What kind of world would that be? Terrible, right?

Well, there are troubling signs that, in fact, the world is currently suffering from a major deficit of empathy; that we’re losing (or have lost) the ability and willingness to truly empathize with others. And that’s why this test of empathy is so important!

If we can refine and advance our own empathy, and specifically our ability to list with empathy, we might just be able to make the world, and our workplaces, dramatically better!

Posted by Mark Murphy on 20 April, 2017 Communication Skills, Emotional Intelligence, Quizzes | 1 comment | Read more →

Quiz: Are You Motivated By Power Or Achievement?

Most leaders are driven by power or achievement (or some combination of the two). Power-driven people want to be in charge and they want authority to make decisions that will impact others. By contrast, achievement-driven people are more thrilled by accomplishing difficult tasks, even if no one else notices.

To discover what drives you, take this free quiz...

 

Posted by Mark Murphy on 20 April, 2017 Leadership Skills, Quizzes | 5 comments | Read more →

Quiz: Is Your Personality More Suited To The Corporate World Or The Gig Economy?

Posted by Mark Murphy on 11 April, 2017 Interpersonal Skills, Quizzes, Telecommuting | 0 comments | Read more →

Quiz: How Good Is Your Employee Engagement Survey?

Many employee engagement surveys are in need of improvement. So this quiz will help you diagnose your current employee engagement survey.
Posted by Mark Murphy on 03 April, 2017 Employee Engagement, Quizzes | 2 comments | Read more →

Quiz: What's Your Leadership Style?


What's your leadership style? Are you like a tech CEO or a world leader? More like Steve Jobs or Gandhi? Is your leadership style creative or rigid? People first or goals first? Take this Leadership Styles Assessment and see what kind of leadership style you have!
Posted by Mark Murphy on 30 March, 2017 Leadership Skills, Leadership Styles, Quizzes | 52 comments | Read more →

Quiz: Does Your Job Require High Or Low Emotional Intelligence?

Posted by Mark Murphy on 22 March, 2017 Emotional Intelligence, Interpersonal Skills, Quizzes | 0 comments | Read more →

Quiz: How Do You Personally Feel About Change?

Posted by Mark Murphy on 14 March, 2017 Change Management, Quizzes | 0 comments | Read more →

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  • 5 Ways To Help Employees Overcome The Excuse Mentality
    ExcusesThe antidote to the excuse mentality is accountability where people take ownership, fix problems and bring solutions. Mentally and emotionally, accountability is where every leader wants their people to be. But accountability is not an either/or kind of phenomenon. Denial, blame, excuses and anxiety are all stages leading up to accountability that are part of the excuse mentality.

    This article originally appeared on Forbes by Mark Murphy, Founder of Leadership IQ The antidote to the excuse mentality is accountability where people take ownership, fix problems and bring solutions. Mentally and emotionally, accountability is where every leader wants their people... Read more →

  • Video: Flattery
    Here's a dirty little secret that falls under the heading of communication skills: Flattery actually does work. It is effective. Saying nice things to people is a really good way to build relationships (it's not the only way, but it is a helpful tool). Great sales people know this. 

      Make Flattery Part of Your Communication Skills Here's a dirty little secret that falls under the heading of communication skills: Flattery actually does work. It is effective. Saying nice things to people is a really good way to build... Read more →

  • Why Trying To Reach Consensus Can Make People Angry
    The majority of organizations like to consider themselves at least somewhat collaborative (most CEOs don’t raise their hands when you ask them if they want to create a cutthroat or dictatorial organization). Because of this, when we ask leaders how they like to make decisions, a large portion say they like to reach consensus.

    This article originally appeared on Forbes by Mark Murphy, Founder of Leadership IQ When I ask leaders how they like to make decisions, a large portion say they like to reach consensus. But actually reaching consensus is hard and usually time-consuming.... Read more →