Great leadership starts with awareness of who God created us to be and identifying the individual traits and styles He gave us to effectively lead others. The tools and assessments listed below are a great next step in your leadership and personal development.
Talk with your Community Leader about using some or all of these tools on your own or with your group.
#1: Learn what makes your personality unique.
This free online Personality Type Assessment is a great tool to help you gain more self-awareness into your personality preferences and characteristics.
#2: Uncover your talents with CliftonStrengths.
CliftonStrengths is an online assessment that helps you identify what your top 5 strengths are among those most recognized in today’s culture. Learn the details of each one so you can hone your strengths or develop others. If you’re interested in this assessment and book, click here and we’ll follow up with you.
#3: Develop your emotional intelligence.
Emotional Intelligence is a set of emotional and social skills that influence the way we perceive and express ourselves, develop and maintain social relationships, cope with challenges, and use emotional information in an effective and meaningful way. If you’re interested in assessing your Emotional Quotient (EQi) and learning how to develop your EQ, complete this form. We will connect you with an EQ Certified Coach who will walk you through the process. The cost of an EQ Assessment is $60, which includes a one-hour debrief with an EQ Certified Coach at your campus.
#4: Discover your purpose with the Chazown Experience.
The Chazown Experience is an interactive campus and Church Online event that will help you identify your God-given purpose as you examine your core values, spiritual gifts, and past experiences. Exercises and discussions during the event will help you identify common themes in your life, bring clarity to your unique passions, and lead you to the purpose God has just for you. To find out when the next Chazown Experience will be at your campus, contact your campus LifeGroups/LifeMissions Pastor by completing the Chazown Information Request.