For people managers to be effective, they need to possess ALL the skills that are required to manage and lead. You can't be an effective people manager if, for example, you are inspirational (a strength), but ignore poor performance (an area for development). This assessment will provide a picture of how you show up to your direct reports. You'll see your strengths and opportunities for improvement.
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