Making the Most of Your LPI Feedback February 2015

Making the Most of Your LPI Feedback

Exemplary leaders don’t rest on their laurels or rely on their natural talents; instead, they continually do more to improve themselves. So if you want to be the best you can be, you need to become a great learner. To get the most learning out of the 360-degree feedback process using the Leadership Practices Inventory®, value the differences in your observers’ perspectives. You’re a multi‑dimensional person, and your feedback ought to be multi‑dimensional as well. You work with people from a variety of backgrounds and from a variety of functions and organizations. Feedback from these multiple perspectives helps you see how you lead across groups and situations. The feedback from each observer helps you build a more complete picture of how effective you are as a leader.

Excerpted from Leadership Practices Inventory® Workbook, 4th edition. Copyright © 2013 by James M. Kouzes & Barry Z. Posner. All Rights Reserved.



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