Download, use, or share any of these valuable gems and free resources to master the art of personal leadership. Includes free self-assessments, Enneagram personality test, professional coaching, and “How to…” tips and cheat sheets.

1- Leadership personality test & one-on-one debrief 
2- Manager As Coach: Fundamentals to Better Conversations
3- Your Greatest Strength Can Be Your Biggest Blind Spot
4- Top 2 Reasons People Stay or Leave Their Job
5- Management versus Leadership
6- 8 Signs of an Extraordinary Boss
7- Being influential starts with Minding-the-Gap
8- What Type of Leader Are You? (book)
9- SMART objectives
10- How to write a self-assessment
11- How to conduct behavioral event interviews (“BEI”)
12- Workforce Planning

1- How leaders develop a business  
2- BUSINESS 101: Business vs Operational Plan
3- BUSINESS 101: What is Organization Development?
4- Three Secrets to a Competitive Edge
5- How to operationalize your business plan
6- Beyond the business plan: Assessing your operational plan

1- Enneagram 9 Types described
2- Enneagram test & one-on-one debrief  <–
3- Know Yourself (Johari Worksheet)
4- Know Yourself (Simple 3 questions)
5- Enneagram (phone app) 
6- Leadership style (free e-book) 

1- Bring Out The Best In Yourself (Bk)
2- Bringing Out the Best in Everyone You Coach (book)
3- The Essential Enneagram (Simple bk)
4- Nine Paths to Awareness, Acceptance, & Transformation
5- How to Know Yourself (Worksheet)
6- The Wisdom of the Enneagram (Bk)
7- Personality Types Using the Enneagram (Bk)
8- Communication Matrix: How to identify & interact (PDF)
9- What Type of Leader Are You? (Bk)
10 – Taking Care of Business with the Enneagram (book)
11 – The Enneagram Development Guide 

Understanding yourself is a key to unlocking your potential and being more influential. Self awareness also raises your Emotional Intelligence (“EI”) which is the greatest predictor of success in life. There are a variety of available tools to facilitate self development, such as MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator), DISC, and Enneagram.  Although I am certified in these multiple systems, I now exclusively utilize the Enneagram, since it provides a more wholistic and systemic understanding of who you are, your core drivers, and how to self manage for sustainable success.

These tests are not associated or affiliated with me. I receive no compensation in any way to advocate or link to these assessments.



According to the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations, a person with emotional intelligence (EQ) possesses both personal competence and social competence. Social competence – that is, social awareness and skills-depends on an individual’s personal competence. Personal competence begins with self-awareness – emotional awareness, accurate self assessment, and self-confidence – and then expands to include self-regulation and self-motivation.

The most accurate and useful system available to help develop both personal and social competence is the Enneagram, which is why companies all over the world – Hewlett Packard, Sony, and Disney – are embracing it, and the CIA uses it to predict the behavior of foreign leaders. To use the Enneagram, a person must first accurately identify his or her own Enneagram style from among the nine unique personality styles identified by numbers One through Nine.(1)

(1) from Ginger Lapid-Bogda’s best selling book “Bringing Out the Best in Yourself at Work”