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Leading With courage Network's

use of  self-assessments

We believe that:

    • Relationships are the foundation for collaboration and success at work, and the key to understanding them starts with understanding ourselves, and
    • Many of the challenges faced by leaders and their trusted advisors are the result of a lack of self-awareness -- of themselves, their peers, colleagues, and staff,  their clients/customers, the markets and communities they serve, etc.

We're only able to build enduring relationships and sustainable, healthier organizations when we have the courage to ask questions like:

  • What do you think?
  • How am I doing?
  • What can I do better? 
  • How can I improve?

Below are the self-assessments that are included in every member's Core level membership dues.

Each quarter, all members also have the opportunity to complete a new, optional self-assessment that will be discussed during one of their Group meetings.  Examples of these assessments are:  delegation skills, listening skills, and resiliency.

Members can also take advantage of exclusive discounts on select 360-degree assessments which complement their self-assessments by allowing them to discover how others perceive them.

Emotional Intelligence






To help us build a healthy,  "no drama" community of trusted advisors, everyone who applies for membership in Leading With Courage Networking completes a confidential, emotional intelligence (EI) assessment based on the Genos International EI leadership model.   (In December 2020, Genos was rated one of the top 20 assessment companies in the world by Training Industry for the fourth consecutive year.)

Lee Eisenstaedt, Founder of Leading With Courage Networking is a... 


Everything DiSC Workplace on Catalyst is designed to engage you in building more effective relationships at work and help you adapt to others in real-time.  Over 1 million people complete an Everything DiSC assessment each year and  members taking advantage of this opportunity will:

      • Discover their DiSC® style
      • Deepen their understanding of self and others
      • Learn how to build better relationships with others
      • Access real-time tips for more effective interactions with their colleagues
      • Build the foundation for future social and emotional skills training
      • Be able to run an unlimited number of DiSC comparison reports between themselves and other members of the community who have also completed an Everything DiSC assessment.
Lee Eisenstaedt, the founder of Leading With Courage Networking, is an:


Everything DiSC Workplace


Leading With Courage®

Leadership Self-Assessment




Based on the research for the third and fourth books by Lee Eisenstaedt, Founder of Leading With Courage Network, this self-assessment identifies which of nine leadership-related blindspots an advisor may need to be on the alert for.  It has been taken by more than 3,000 people since it was created in 2016.




According to Patrick Lencioni and The Table Group who created this new assessment, the Six Types of Working Genius assessment is the fastest and simplest way to discover your natural gifts and thrive at work.

This assessment gives you an immediate understanding of yourself, a better understanding of the work you should do and shouldn’t do, and insights into how your team can get more done by tapping into one another’s skills.

This 10-minute assessment and custom report provides detailed insights about your areas of working genius, working competency and working frustration along with a robust application section that will help you leverage this information in your work, on your team and in your life.

According to Patrick Lencioni and The Table Group who created this assessment, the Six Types of Working Genius assessment is the fastest and simplest way to discover your natural gifts and thrive at work.

This 10-minute assessment and custom report provides detailed insights about your areas of working genius, working competency and working frustration along with a robust application section that will help you leverage this information in your work, on your team and in your life.

Here's what Pat has to say this assessment:

"The solution is for everyone–employees, managers, students and spouses–to identify their areas of working genius, as well as their areas of life-draining weakness, and to put themselves in a position to tap into their genius more and engage in their weakness less."

The 6 Types of Working Genius



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