Coming to a practitioner near you very soon, our new MiRo Leadership Report. We are just putting the finishing touches to it (We will put an example version up on the news feed as soon as we have the final, final version). We have sent an advanced almost final version out to our practitioners for last comment and we’ll be making a few tweaks, I’m sure as a result of their in-put.
There are any number of factors that can make someone a good or even a great leader. It is probably true too, that the necessary personal characteristics and sufficient environmental circumstances are latent within all of us and all of our futures. MiRo cannot test for qualities such as courage under fire, self-sacrifice or personal integrity. Nor can we predict the future that may call any one of us to step up the plate at any moment. Although different cultures may value different qualities in a leader, these choices are in truth arbitrary. MiRo cannot test for good or bad leaders but from the answers that you supply in your MiRo assessment, we can make some reasonable predictions about the style in which you might choose to lead.
By looking at classical personality type (as defined by Myers and Briggs) and temperament (as defined by David Keirsey) as well as our tried and tested MiRo Behavioural Mode model we hope that the Leadership Report will add another dimension to the information that we can give you. If you are in a leadership role already and want to improve your skills or if you are about to take on your first role in a leadership position, the new report used in conjunction with the MiRo Enhanced report can give you some real insight into how you might best approach things and where some of your blind spots might be.
So watch this space and if you like what you see please do let us know. We hope to have a number of new reports to add to the party over the next year or so, so we’d love to hear your comments and sugestions.