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MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT LEADERS OF TOMORROW

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Test or tool? Not whole story Deeper understanding of yourself Identify personal strengths & areas for development Make positive changes Plan what to change BENEFITS OF THE LSI

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12 segments 3 Categories Constructive Passive/Defensive Aggressive/Defensive Comparison to a population Patterns have career/life implications THE LSI MODEL

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Awareness Acceptanc e Action THE CHANGE CYCLE

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12 segments 3 Categories Constructive Passive/Defensive Aggressive/Defensive THE LSI MODEL

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Achiever Problem solver Enthusiastic doer Self-directed Motivated Tries to excel always Take modest risks Plans & anticipates ACHIEVEMENT "What needs to be done & how can I do it."

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Wants to “grow” Lives life for the moment Takes responsibility Creative & innovative Self-confident Integrity & honesty Perceptive Committed to the task SELF ACTUALIZING "What must I do to get the most out of this experience."

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Values other’s strengths Nurtures people Supportive Encourages growth Enables people to arrive at their own answers, by asking questions HUMANISTIC-ENCOURAGING "What do my people want."

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Desire to build meaningful relationships Great interpersonal skills Makes others feel important Cooperative Works well in a group AFFILIATIVE "What must I do to get close to others."

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Approval Conventional Dependent Avoidance PASSIVE-DEFENSIVE STYLES

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Wants to be popular Concerned about what others think of them Takes cues on how to behave from others Low self-esteem Non-threatening APPROVAL "What must I do to be accepted."

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Rules are more important than ideas Reliable and steady Obeys authority without question Lacks initiative Values rules as a source of security Wants to be unseen and unnoticed CONVENTIONAL "How can I maintain the status quo?"

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Easily threatened Obeys too readily Respectful to supervisors Passive attitude Lacks self-respect Difficulty in making decision Relies on other for direction DEPENDENT "Who can I get to help me?"

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Self condemning Reserved Easily led Little interest in achievement Feelings of guilt Focus on own problem & concerns AVOIDANCE "What can I do to stay out of trouble?"

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Oppositional Power Competitive Perfectionistic AGRESSIVE/DEFENSIVE STYLES

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Challenges with tough/aggressive questions Always looking for flaws in everything Negative cynical attitude Remains detached OPPOSITIONAL "What can I be against?"

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Threatened by perceived attempts to undermine their authority Dictates rather than guides Uses force to get what they want Has difficulty accepting criticism POWER "What can I control."

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Has a “win-lose” orientation Needs to look good Needs praise Tends to be aggressive Prone to unnecessary risks Fears failure COMPETITIVE "How can I be better than others."

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Places excessive demands on self & others Self worth is attached to achieving tasks Preoccupied with details Inability to deal with /express emotions PERFECTIONIST "How can I do even better?"

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Salary Organizational Level Managerial Effectiveness Interest in Self-Improvement Quality of Interpersonal Relations Psychological/Physiological Health Problem-Solving Effectiveness Key: + Positive correlation 0 No correlation - Negative correlation Constructive 0 + ++ ++ + ++ + Outcomes associated with the Life Styles Inventory

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Salary Organizational Level Managerial Effectiveness Interest in Self-Improvement Quality of Interpersonal Relations Psychological/Physiological Health Problem-Solving Effectiveness Key: + Positive correlation 0 No correlation - Negative correlation Passive/ Defensive -- -- 0 + ++ - - Outcomes associated with the Life Styles Inventory

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Salary Organizational Level Managerial Effectiveness Interest in Self-Improvement Quality of Interpersonal Relations Psychological/Physiological Health Problem-Solving Effectiveness Key: + Positive correlation 0 No correlation - Negative correlation Aggressive/ Defensive + + 0 -- -- -- - Outcomes associated with the Life Styles Inventory

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Salary Organizational Level Managerial Effectiveness Interest in Self-Improvement Quality of Interpersonal Relations Psychological/Physiological Health Problem-Solving Effectiveness Key: + Positive correlation 0 No correlation - Negative correlation Constructive 0 + ++ ++ + ++ + Passive/ Defensive -- -- 0 + ++ - - Aggressive/ Defensive + + 0 -- -- -- - Outcomes associated with the Life Styles Inventory

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Constructive Profile This is the combined Scores of 952 senior Managers that were highly rated by their staff

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This is a profile of several Presidents of corporations who failed in their jobs . AGGRESSIVE/DEFENSIVE PROFILE

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Prepare yourself Compare LSI 1 and 2 Look for differences in your perceptions and that of others Look for career implications Have questions ready for discussion NEXT STEPS

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