The Psychology of Leadership
Melissa Summer, The Myers-Briggs Company
1 minute read
How does your personality type affect your leadership style? How do you develop agile leaders who create psychologically safe teams? When should you be using psychometric assessments in your leadership development programs?
In this episode of The Myers-Briggs Company Podcast, we’re joined by Cameron Nott, consulting psychologist, seasoned leader, and Managing Director of Asia Pacific for The Myers-Briggs Company.
In this episode, Cameron dives into some of the most common questions when it comes to leadership development and psychology.
“Our personality preferences can inform our natural orientation towards leadership,” shares Cameron during the interview. “Psychological assessments can help leaders to learn more about how their natural personality preferences tend to play out in terms of how they like to communicate, how they prefer to make decisions, and more. They also help us understand a leader’s interpersonal style and emotional intelligence.”
Listen to this episode to learn:
- What makes a great leader?
- What are some of the psychological components that make a great leader?
- What is active self-awareness?
- How can leaders improve their decision-making skills?
- How executive teams can further their leadership development?
- Tips for anyone to become a better leader
Listen to the full episode at themyersbriggs.com/podcasts. Or listen to The Myers-Briggs Company Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more.