CEO Temptations
1. Do I personally consider it a professional failure when my organization fails to meet its objectives? *
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2. Do I consider myself to be a close friend to my direct reports? *
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3. Do I pride myself on being intellectually precise? *
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4. Do I have a hard time admitting when I'm wrong? *
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5. Do I often wonder, What's next? What I will do to top this in my career? *
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6. Does it bother me to the point of distraction if my direct reports are unhappy with me? *
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7. Do I prefer to wait for more information rather than make a decision without all the facts? *
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8. Do I fear that my direct reports want my job? *
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9. Would it bother me greatly if my company exceeded its objectives but I remained somewhat anonymous relative to my peers in the industry? *
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10. Do I often find myself reluctant to give negative feedback to my direct reports? Do I water down negative feedback to make it more palatable? *
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11. Do I enjoy debating details with my direct reports during meetings? *
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12. Do I get uncomfortable at meetings if my direct reports argue? *
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13. Do I often vent to my direct reports about issues in the organization? For example, do I refer to my staff as "we" and other employees as "they"? *
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14. Do I prefer my meetings to be pleasant and enjoyable? *
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15. Are my meetings often boring? *
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16. Do I try to keep my greatest weaknesses secret from my direct reports? *
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17. Do you often make peace or try to reconcile direct reports who are at odds with one another? *
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