Diamond Leadership Model 360 Assessment

LEADERSHIP CONSISTS OF FOUR SUB-COMPONENT PARTS - Influence, Inspire, Initiate and Inclusion

INFLUENCE is defined as creating broad, deep positive impacts on a consistent basis

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INSPIRE is defined as the ability to fill another with the urge or ability to act

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INITIATE is defined as to cause or facilitate the beginning of a program or reform

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RELATIONSHIP INCLUDES 3 SUB-COMPONENTS - Proximal Relations, Working Trust and Shared Expectations

Proximal Relations is defined as relationships involving ongoing interaction, contact and shared activities

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Working Trust is defined as creating an environment that leads to a powerful bond between leader and follower

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Shared Expectations is a common understanding between manager & employees about one another's concerns, needs, requirements, and the potential risks and opportunities that serve as a foundation for a mutually-rewarding relationship.

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PARTNERSHIP INCLUDES 3 SUB-COMPONENTS: Common Values, Communication, Mutual Respect

Common Values

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Communication is defined as utilizing various means of communication to build trust with employees, create buy-in among employees and share who they are

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Mutual Respect is defined as a belief that both leader & employee have earned and deserve each other's respect.

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