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How can I reflect on my own strengths and weaknesses as a leader?

Being able to reflect on your own strengths and weaknesses is a key part of being a good leader, and essential to continuing your development. However, making the time, or even knowing where to start when it comes to reflecting on areas you could improve upon, can be difficult. Luckily, plenty of leaders have struggled with a similar situation, and their advice and guidance makes an excellent starting point for your own self-reflection.

Ways to help you deal with it:

Action plan

Assessing your own strengths and weaknesses

Effort : Medium
Impact : High
Knowing your strengths and weaknesses creates an opportunity for you – and your business – to grow. Our five-point plan will get you started.

ACTION PLANS are a structured list of steps designed to help you approach tackling a particular business challenge.

  • We explain why each step is important
  • Customise by setting your own completion dates and assign tasks
  • Helpful tools are provided for certain steps
  • A downloadable PDF version of each action plan is available


An introduction to evaluating your strengths and weaknesses as a leader

For a lot of business owners and leaders, reflecting on their strengths and weaknesses does not come naturally or easily.

GUIDES break a challenge down, providing important context and real-world experiences.

  • Based on SME experiences, not corporate jargon
  • Filled with real-world stories
  • Achievable steps every business can take

Other support that's available

There’s lots of great advice and support available from third parties, so we’ve brought together some of our favourite resources.

How other businesses have tackled something similar

Questions we're helping businesses answer

What issue is keeping you awake at night? Our targeted support is all about helping you overcome those challenges. What problems are you trying to solve?