As a leader, becoming self-aware of your own strengths and challenges is the first step to ensuring your team functions at its highest and healthiest. Combining your self-assessment with a one-on-one coaching session will assist you on your journey to be a better leader worth following!

Harrison Assessments Paradox Technology measures how you manage 12 paradoxical pairs of behaviors, each of which relate to important core values related to leadership. The Paradoxical Leadership Lens provides a deep insight into your behavioral patterns, responses to stress and will increase your self-awareness. Besides offering a window into aspects of ourselves, of which we may be only partially aware, it provides a guideline for balancing and developing ourselves.

Click the following link to view a sample of the Harrison Assessment reports that you’ll receive prior to your one-on-one coaching session: Paradoxical Leadership Lens Report Suite

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Join Endeavor's Chief Marketing Officer, Bozoma Saint John; Behavioral Health Scientist and Chief Behavior Officer of Clover Health, Matt Wallaert; best-selling author and leadership communicator, Andy Stanley; Terminus: Account-Based Marketing, Co-Founder and Chief Evangelist, Sangram Vajre and explore the power of positive disruption that can incite lasting change throughout any business.

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why harrison assessments?

We'll help you acquire and on-board the right talent, develop, lead and engage your people. 

Harrison’s award-winning, assessment science and technology saves you time and money, while enabling you to hire the best candidates and target development needs.

The unique methodology of the enjoyment performance theory (focusing on behavioral preferences) and the paradox theory (focusing on interpersonal, achievement and leadership behaviors) improves one’s ability to predict success and inspire performance.