Take the Power Postures Quiz

And Learn to LEAD WITH

Even if you're tired, discouraged, or busy.

Here’s What You’ll Learn:

  • The costs and benefits of holding your particular Power Posture as a team leader,
  • Common emotions and motivations underlying that stance, and
  • A simple but effective approach to trade destructive patterns for ones that build up and create potent team culture.

Before You Begin:

  • "How long will the quiz take?" 3-5 minutes, max.
  • “What if I’m not my team's leader?” No problem, you have two options depending on what you want from the quiz. You can (1) take it as if you were, to understand your own leadership style better, or (2) take it from the perspective of the current team leader, answering the way you think they would or should answer, to understand your current team culture better.
  • "Should I answer based on what I wish were true or what I think is actually true?" Your results will be more helpful if you stick with the actual rather than the aspirational! Even if you're imagining yourself as team leader, try to imagine realistically, based on other situations you've been in.

Bonus for New Subscribers:

We'll also email you a downloadable guide, "LEAD WITH... Out Being an A$$hole," and its companion video that share all four Power Postures and explain the framework behind them. 1-2 “aha” moments all but guaranteed in 10-20 minutes!

(Old friends, you've seen the guide and video before, but let us know if you want it sent again!)

With the Power Postures quiz and free, comprehensive guide, you’ll join a wide community of leaders making the LEAD WITH shift.

Ready? Let’s go!

Setting the agenda and tone for team meetings is:

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The phrase you’re most likely to say during team meetings:

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What the folks you supervise tend to bring to one-on-one meetings with you:

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When it comes to your team’s top priorities:

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On a bad day (and of course you have good ones!), your team might describe your work culture as:

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If they could vote anonymously, your team would pick this as its motto:

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If your team continues as it is now, in a year you’ll have accomplished:

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