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Are You a Good Leader?

Think you have the skills it takes to succeed as a leader? Take our quiz and find out if a climb to the top is in your future.

Professor Milton

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You have lots of training and experience managing people, but have trouble keeping up with the latest technology. You:


You've always been a linear thinker, using logic to solve every problem. When someone presents you with a dilemma for which there is no clear logical response (say, an employee upset over a missing stapler loudly denounces his colleagues as a bunch of thieves), you:


The CEO asks you for ideas for a new marketing campaign, even though advertising is not your area of expertise. You:


You are so stressed about the mountain of work to be done over the next several weeks that you doubt whether you can finish it all. You:


You've been concentrating hard on solving a thorny problem, but don't seem to be getting anywhere. You:


You have several tasks to complete by the end of the week. The most efficient way of organising your time is to:


You are faced with an important decision that could impact your company's future strategy, but don't have enough facts to suggest which way it should go. You:


Your department is not meeting its financial targets and key customers are less loyal than before. You need to turn things around fast. The best way to do this is:


You have been assigned to lead a team of employees from different races and ethnic backgrounds and whose ages range from early 20s to late 50s. The best way to help the group bond is to:


At the end of the year, your department has money left over in the budget that you are free to spend how you choose. To help make the company more successful, you:


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