Michael Winter

 

Leadership Style Quiz Results

Your Quiz Results

Visionary (Primary) 300
Synergist (Secondary) 240
Processor 210
Operator 210

The Visionary

The Visionary is one of four leadership styles which together enable any organization, division, department, project, group or team to get to (and stay in) Predictable Success.

Most Visionaries possess similar traits: big-thinkers turned on by ideas, they’re easily bored with minutia and are consumed by the need to create and to achieve.

Visionaries are often (although not always) charismatic. Engaging communicators, able to motivate people to bring their best in every endeavor, they inspire deep loyalty in others, and frequently a small, tight team or ‘posse’ will develop around them, a group of committed individuals who share the Visionary’s…well, vision – and who want to help see it realized.

The Synergist

The Synergist is one of four leadership styles which together enable any organization, division, department, project, group or team to get to (and stay in) Predictable Success.

The Synergist brings a primary focus on what is best for the enterprise as a whole, and they choreograph and harmonize team or group interactions to produce high-quality decisions.

Adding the Synergist style to a VOP (Visionary–Operator–Processor) group releases it from the gravitational pull of gridlock and compromise, and transforms it into a high-performance team.