HYBRID LEADERSHIP SKILL ASSESSMENT

Leading a hybrid or digital team requires a major shift from your side: from focusing on directing tasks to focusing on building a relationship with your team.

Sounds simplistic, but performance, motivation and results now all depend on how solid of a relationship you have with your team - and specifically via 2 factors:

  • how much your team has trust in you
  • how well you can motivate them

Numbers talk: trust in leadership directly influences 25% of performance and 94% of their good behaviours, and teams that trust their leaders are 50% more productive and 40% less at risk of burnout.

Motivating people the right way, instead, guarantees a 3:1 ROI – i.e. the effort, work and time you will spend in motivating your team will come back to you three times as much.

That's the focus of hybrid leadership, and this test has been designed to give you precise, personalised and actionable indications of what  you need to do to develop and master that focus.

There are 44 statements in the assessment - for each one simply put how much you agree or disagree with it, the rest will come - enjoy!

How much do you agree with each statement on a scale from 1 to 7? 1=fully disagree; 7=fully agree

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Sources
Burke, C. Shawn, Dana E. Sims, Elizabeth H. Lazzara, and Eduardo Salas. ‘Trust in Leadership: A Multi-Level Review and Integration’. The Leadership Quarterly 18, no. 6 (December 2007): 606–32.
 
Martin, Robin, Yves Guillaume, Geoff Thomas, Allan Lee, and Olga Epitropaki. ‘Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) and Performance: A Meta-Analytic Review: ROBIN MARTIN ET AL.’ Personnel Psychology 69, no. 1 (February 2016): 67–121.
 
Zak, Paul J. 'The Neuroscience of Trust' Harvard Business Review (January 2017).