Many of us have completed “personality assessment” or “preference” instruments (DISC, Myers-Briggs, etc.) during the course of our working lives. These often provide helpful insight into our predominant communication styles, as well as our preferences for working and interacting with others.
From the standpoint of effective leadership, it’s clear that learning something about ourselves and our predominant leadership style can be helpful. Regardless of particular leadership qualities, personality traits or leadership styles, all of us have the capacity to make adjustments or modifications when needed.