* High Need for Power: Your desire to be in a position of power suggests that you may excel in a leadership role. You may be more likely to effectively use power in a way that motivates others and increases satisfaction and trust. Ultimately, these benefits should pay off in terms of performance and commitment of those you are leading.
: You tend to be better at monitoring your behavior than the average college student. This means that you are good at monitoring your behavior to fit certain situations. You are also probably adept at various political skills, such as networking, accurately interpreting othersâ€™ behaviors in a social setting, remaining flexible, and appearing genuine and honest to others. These skills can provide you with an advantage for navigating political environments at work.
- According with these results that you got, what do you believe about your need for power?
- What type of leadership role would you desire and why?