What Kind of Leader Are You?

"Fear limits a leader. Fearless leadership is an approach that takes the woman leader to her next level of leadership!"

Nukhet Hendricks

Despite having successful careers, women leaders can be their own worst enemies by sabotaging their success at work. Even if they are successful, they are still hesitant to play big. This happens because they harbor self-defeating thoughts and habits without thinking about the consequences or the messages they send to others who can influence their career opportunities.

Your answers to this quiz will help you decide if you are getting in the way of our own success and where to go from here.

 

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I question my decision and second guess myself.
I desire to be liked by everyone.
I wait to be rewarded at work rather than ask for a raise or promotion.
I tolerate poor performance from my staff.

I say one thing but my body language says another. 

I end a statement of fact or opinion with a question mark.
I don't take any risks until I am certain.
I believe I have to know everything before I am able to lead powerfully.
I am a perfectionist.
I only set goals I know I will reach.
I share my dreams with others because I am seeking their affirmation.
I diminish my successes to make others feel better.
I ignore my intuition.
I have a hard time asking for what I need or want.
I have a hard time delegating at work.
I feel like an imposter (or "fake") sometimes who will be found out any minute.
I have a tendency to apologize even when there is no need to do so.
I seek other's opinions when I am making decisions.
I take longer to make decisions so as to gather all points of view.
I am afraid of appearing too ambitious.
I let my inner critic run the show.
I help others at the expense of myself.
I ask permission before I state an opinion.
I feel I have to explain every time I say no.
I don't take on any responsibility unless I know I am 100% responsible.
I have a hard time saying no.

I always hold myself responsible if I fail.

I hang myself up in the details.
I don't speak up if someone else takes credit for my work.
I use minimizing language to undermine my successes.

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