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We all know great leaders when we see them.  We are proud to work alongside them. We are willing to work harder. We believe in their vision.

Great leaders bring team members with opposing viewpoints together to work towards a common goal. They balance execution and drive with encouragement and compassion.

Great leadership doesn't just happen.  It requires a high level of self-awareness, open-mindedness, and a willingness to put in the time and energy needed to become exceptional.

Effective leadership still eludes so many organizations due to the lack of a leadership development strategy.

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The challenge

Low Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

Most companies experience a 50-70% failure rate of projects, in part, because of senior leadership’s inability to build alignment and drive execution. Over the past several decades, Emotional Intelligence has become a must-have skill for effective leadership. The five components of EQ are: 

  • Self-awareness 
  • Self-regulation 
  • Motivation 
  • Empathy 
  • Social skills 

Self-awareness is the foundation of EQ and can be one of the greatest stumbling blocks for leaders to develop. In fact, according to research by organizational psychologist Tasha Eurich, 95 percent of people think they’re self-aware, but only 10 to 15 percent actually are.

Leaders first need to understand themselves and their goals before development can occur.  L2L works with leaders at every stage of their journey. Linking executives, managers, and CEOs to the best possible solutions for their personal leadership development.

The solution

Multi-Rater Feedback Assessment 

Research indicates that 360 feedback is one of the most effective methods for developing leaders. It can offer multiple perspectives and enhance skills and behaviors. The process has to be implemented in a way that engages leaders so they are compelled and motivated to become better at their job.

L2L uses researched-backed assessments to measure leadership effectiveness and develops a personalized leadership development plan that impacts

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