Do you know what all great leaders have in common? They are willing to get out of their fish bowls. What I mean by that is great leaders adapt their behavior. They are aware of how they are perceived by others, and they learn to adapt their behavior in a variety of ways. Why is that so important?
Think of adapting your behavior like learning a new language. If you’re visiting another country, you’ll have a much better time if you learn the language of the country. Learning a new language is one way of adapting. And if you want to be a better leader for your law firm, you need to understand the language of the people who work with you. Yes, you and everyone on your team speaks a different language – a different behavioral language. You’re all swimming in different fish bowls. So, how do you get out of your fish bowl? The DISC behavioral assessment is one way.
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