Checklist on how to be in alignment

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Following up to our most recent newsletter, here's a short checklist to make sure you, as a leader, are showing up in the best way possible. That is, showing up with your strengths, vision, and passion all in alignment.

  1. Do I understand the things I do at work to make me feel strong?
  2. Am I applying my strengths to get effective results in everything that I do as a leader?
  3. Do I understand what matters most to me as a leader and person?
  4. Do I live out my own personal values in the things I do each day?
  5. Do I have a clear picture of my desired future - that is, who I want to be when I grow up?
  6. Is my vision guiding every action I take each day?

Based on our experience, if you are able to truthfully answer 3 or more of these in the affirmative, we would put you in the "above average" category of leaders. Of course the next step is to take action - as Will Rogers said, "Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there." But that's another post.

Special offer

We have a self-scoring assessment with this and other questions about how you are showing up as a leader - and best of all, it's free. Just contact assessments@trebuchetgroup.com with a subject line of "Hey, can I have that free leadership assessment?"

Chris Hutchinson, CEO

Chris Hutchinson, CEO

Have fun, and keep your alignment up :o)

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Chris Hutchinson

As CEO of Trebuchet Group, Chris Hutchinson thrives working with clients and his team to improve organizational clarity, teamwork, and leadership impact.

After years of building Legos® and tree houses around the world, Chris earned his Mechanical Engineering degree and followed that with an MBA. His experiences in the military and the business world taught him great leadership can be learned, and everyone is in some way a leader.

Clients and peers describe him as an inspirational catalyst for positive change. He is the author of Ripple - A Field Manual for Leadership That Works.

Chris and his wife live, garden, and bike in Fort Collins, Colorado, and have four children. He has an unrequited love affair with brownies.