The Keller Influence Indicator® and Leadership

If business is like a competitive sport, then solid effective leadership is what keeps you in the game.  

Leadership is what makes business happen. Leadership is what brings ideas forward. The KII™ is the tool that will guide and enhance the quality of leadership within an individual or organization. 

It is time for us all to stand and cheer for the doer, the achiever – the one who recognizes the challenge and does something about it.
Vince Lombardi

Two things about leadership;

  1. Companies need to identify the best leaders.
  2. Individuals want to get noticed as being the best leader.

When a company looks to invest in the best leaders it needs to identify four basic points of information, which the KII™ Assessment and SOCR™ Report provide:

  • How the person impacts others.
  • The person’s ability to take action.
  • How the person responds to pressure.
  • And how the person manages conflict.

Knowledge of and behavior in these four areas are crucial to identifying and bringing up great leaders within an organization. Anyone can ‘lead’ when times are good, but real leadership happens when times are tough, decisions are challenging, and lives depend on your leadership.

Getting noticed as a solid leader who has potential and who is worth investing in requires that you take the necessary steps to grow your leadership potential, and understand your value in these Five Organizational Competencies:

  • Leadership 
  • Communication
  • Team Effectiveness
  • Strategy & Solution
  • Execution & Evaluation

The KII™ Assessment pinpoints exactly where each of the Seven Influence Traits™ correlate within these Five Organizational Competencies in the SOCR™ Report. The KII™ Report identifies your competitive advantage, blindspots or pitfalls, areas that need improvement and personal strengths. No more wondering or guessing what is holding you back or who the best candidates are for leadership succession. 

Self-leadership is the starting point of organizational leadership or being an entrepreneur. You are the ONLY person responsible for how you lead and the results you get. 

Everyone possesses the ability to influence others. This ability is dynamic and directly tied to your aptitude in the Seven Influence Traits™. Join others who have dramatically increased their influence by using the Keller Influence Indicator® to find out your strengths and your challenges you have yet to overcome. 

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The leadership development industry is filled with courses, books, and programs – and each has gold nuggets and value. On the other hand, you can’t use them all. The big theme in 2019 is learning to lead in a network, which means leading through influence, collaboration, listening, and deciding when to act.
Josh Bersin
Bersin by Deloitte, “Responsibility and Trust in a Time of Uncertainty”, 2019