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A Profile of the Top 16%
Based pm Coworker Ratings
From Over 30,000 Raters
Roy J. Blitzer (from research conducted at Zenger-Miller)
The Best Leaders
Evangelist for the Vision
 Very Bright – get to core issues quickly
 Creative & visionary & inspirational
 Open to new ideas
 Willing to take risks
 High level of drive & desire to achieve excellence
The Best Leaders
Evangelist for the Vision – cont.
 Can sell ideas, influence & negotiate
 Make good first impression
 Enjoy positions of influence
 Confident but realistic
 Enthusiastic & passionate – love their work and their
Analytical Ability
 “He is able to quickly get to the root of a problem,
develop alternatives, and act quickly and decisively.”
 “Her method contains a questioning or research phase
for understanding and a restatement or reframing
phase to either confirm understanding or broaden or
narrow issue focus. Excellent at capturing essence.”
 “He only thinks outside of the box.”
 “Can often develop a different perspective and
therefore an alternative solution.”
 “He is particularly facile in the role of visionary. His
ability to scan the horizon for future opportunities,
challenges, and settings is a great asset to all staff
members and leaders who work with him.”
 “He seems unusually comfortable in the gap between
the way things are and the way they should be. He is
always focused on the latter.”
Inspirational Role Model
 “Shows commitment and support for doing the right
 He is the kind of leader who inspires his subordinates.
This motivation is a function of his philosophy, not
 “Is enthusiastic about new ideas and promotes
subordinates to advise about them.”
 “…He listens, discusses, reflects, and is open to
learning and teaching.”
Risk Taking
 “Absolutely willing to take risks and accept failure in
the pursuit of learning and encourages subordinates to
do the same”
 “ In the business situations, he has time and again
stepped out when an opportune moment presented
itself. He is a risk taker, but does so in the context of
good analysis and thoroughness.
Drive, Achievement Need ,and Task
 “Very energetic and committed”.
 “Goal oriented and hard working.”
Emphasising Excellence in
 “He expects a great deal of himself and sets a good role
model for his subordinates. He encourages the setting
of challenging yet achievable strategic goals.”
 “He encourages you to stretch to attain your goals.”
Self Esteem
 “Poised and self-confident without being arrogant. He
encourages the setting of challenging yet achievable
strategic goals.”
 “He understands his self-worth and conveys
confidence even when he may feel inherent
uncertainties in a situation.”
 “Through force of analysis, conviction, and
 “His persuasiveness is not a hard sell, but rather an
honest, straightforward manner that is compelling.”
 “She is good at planting a ‘seed’ of her idea in others’
thoughts. Often posed as a question to think about,
the seeling is nurtured (with help from her) in their
thought until it becomes their own. She can be quite
 “She seems to look for the overlap between her
interests and those of others.”
 “He uses his creative abilities to find win-win
First Impression
 “Gregarious, approachable, wonderful sense of humor,
quick wit, and bright mind.”
 “Outstanding demeanor and ‘walk-in’
 “He has a warm, genuine manner about him, but it is
seeded by an aura of knowledge and confidence.
The Best Leaders
Builders of Alignment & Teams
 Develop loyalty by investing in relationships
 Sociable, warm & approachable
 Read people & situations accurately
 Put group interest ahead of self interest
 Balance emphasis on people and results
The Best Leaders
Builders of Alignment & Teams
 Trusted & credible – strong values, high integrity,

Open & forthright – no hidden agendas
Team builder – emphasizes cooperation & alignment
Liberal with praise & encouragement
Empowering style
Interpersonal Relations
 “Has an exceptional quality of sharing ownership of
others’ problems/conflicts…Often conveys sabs if
valuing others”.
 “Sincere, real honest.”
 “Very articulate, good listener, warm and friendly
 “Charming personality. Engaging, warm, and
possessing sharp wit. Easily able to laugh with others
and at herself. Her intelligence and capability shines
Social/Political Astuteness
 “I think this comes from easily paying attention to
people; doesn’t make assumptions. He checks with
people about their positions so he usually assess the
climate accurately.”
 “A diplomat he is; tactful, yet not afraid to express his
Results & Productivity
 “He is a good manager in seeing that projects are
complete. He is persistent and diligent.
 “His ability to motivate others and his application to
details results in successfully managing the firm.
Integrity, Honesty, & Ethical
 “He won’t compromise on his or the firm’s values.
 “He appreciates the positives of principle-centered
living and manages the same way.”
Facilitating Teamwork
 “Sets examples constantly – looking for better ideas,
welcoming people into his division to take back good
ideas, encouraging team approach with his peers.”
 “He does a great deal of ‘kickoff’ work – getting a team
started, then checking in at regular intervals. Keeps
the momentum up without actually participating in
every activity.”
Motivating others
 “ He excels at making others around him feel
appreciated and couches constructive criticism in the
context of one’s strengths.”
 “She has gone out of her way to relay positive feedback
from herself and others related to my performance.
She provides public recognition to others, which is
motivating and encouraging.”
The Best Leaders
Managers of Execution
 Work hard & model determination
 Disciplined & focused – clear goals and priorities
 Keep it simple
 Make firm, clear cut decisions
 Avoid perfectionism
 Keep others informed
 Willing to be flexible
 Feel bound to meet commitments
 “Strong-willed and determined”
 “Extremely focused, anything but impulsive, decisive
and deliberate in thought and action.”
Short-term Planning
 “Has an excellent grasp of the process and the step-by-
step attainment of projected goals.”
 “The planning process that has been developed is
excellent because it stands from bottom to top.”
Organizing the Work of Others
 “Manages down well.”
 “…this is done jointly with the subordinates.”
 “She appears willing to make decisions, confident in
her judgment. She asks for what information she
needs (knows what she needs) and then decides.”
 “He identifies problems, determines a strategy, and
makes clear-cut decisions based on that strategy.”
Downward Communication
 “He has weekly meetings with his staff and keeps the
information flowing in all directions.”
 “He is very good at ‘translating’ facts and evens
 (especially downward.”
 “He is flexible in responding to change, adaptive, yet
not so flexible that he gives up his position/values.
 “Adjusts and acclimates very quickly to business
demands. Is able to monitor and quickly read/assess
business needs.”
 “…I think he does not take commitments lightly and
will follow through or explain why not before it’s too
 “Extremely disciplined, focused, and dependable.”
CEO’s – Where they Excel
 Risk takers

Calm under stress
Analytical ability
Focused on goals
Social confidence
Need to achieve excellence Inspire
Strong values and flexible Take charge
Persuasive & influencing
Have vision
How Presidents Reduce the
Effectiveness of their Leadership
 Impatience for results & undervaluing relationships
 Self-centered focus
 Lack of team play (loner tendencies) &lack of
emphasis on team work
 Excessive dominance & intolerance of disagreement
 Poor communication of the vision
How Presidents Reduce the
Effectiveness of their Leadership
 Failure to build alignment behind organizational goals
 Emotional disconnection and insensitivity
 Arrogance and egotism
 Suspicion of other’s motives
 Ignoring conflict
Leadership is Deeply Rooted in
Personality and Character
 It is not a simple set of techniques or skills
Validity Coefficients for Leadership
 Company representative
 Vision
 Subordinate Involvement
 Assuming Responsibility
 Inspirational Role model
 Motivating others
If you want to be a better Leader you must
become a more Aware, Secure and
Integrated Human Being
Not afraid and willing to risk
Secure enough to share power
Comfortable with yourself and aware of your limitations
Able to cope with change and uncertainty
Clear about what you stand for
Able to access both your rational and your emotional sides
Positive, upbeat, and optimistic
Willing to put the interests of your team ahead of your
personal ambition and self-interest
How Presidents

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