Leadership Styles and Climate Reference Card - 10 PK



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We know that great leaders and managers don’t just act on their first instinct. They stop and think about their impact on others. The Style and Climate Reference card provide managers with the input they need, in a form they can access quickly and easily.

The reference card is ideal when used in conjunction with the Inventory of Leadership Styles (ILS) and Organizational Climate Survey (OCS) diagnostic tools or along with the Leadership Styles Workbook (LSW) and Organizational Climate Workbook (OCW) as they are a quick reference tool that provides:

  • A clear definition of each style and each climate dimension
  • Guidance on when each style is most effective
  • An overview of how each style affects each dimension of climate.

Why choose the Style and Climate Reference card?

The Style and Climate Reference card provide a great summary piece for program or workshop participants to take away and refer to on an ongoing basis.

The LSW is a simple tool that introduces the six leadership styles, which are:

  • Directive
  • Visionary
  • Affiliative
  • Participative
  • Pacesetting
  • Coaching.

It enables leaders to identify their intentions and think about whether they are using the leadership styles to best effect. The LSW is most effective when used in conjunction with the Organizational Climate Workbook (OCW) as leadership style impacts the climate a leader creates for their team.

Disclaimer: The Leadership Styles Workbook is not a diagnostic tool. For a comprehensive assessment of leadership styles, Korn Ferry recommends the Inventory of Leadership Styles (ILS), an internet-administered, 180° assessment. The ILS can only be administered by an accredited professional.

Use With

We recommend using this with…

Leadership Styles Workbook (LSW)Introduces the concepts of leadership style and gives leaders a chance to reflect on their leadership approach and its potential impact on their teams

Organizational Climate Workbook (OCW)Introduces the concept of organizational climate and helps managers to reflect on the climate they are creating and its potential impact on their team