So you took the quiz and are

Always On?

Always On

The “Always On” leader wants to be engaged, present, and energetic, but may be taking up too much space. They think their passion is infectious, but more likely it is stifling the thinking of others.

  • Intention: To create infectious energy and share your point of view.
  • Outcome: You consume all the space, and others tune you out.

Your Next Steps

Follow these steps to shift from Diminishing to Multiplying.

Get Started:
3 Strategies (2 min)

Liz Wiseman, author of Multipliers: How The Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter, introduces the “Always On” tendency and offers three strategies to combat it.

Take Action:
Run an Experiment

Designed to help ameliorate your Always On tendency, this experiment will help you give yourself a budget of time to contribute during your next meeting.

Play Fewer Chips Experiment

Combat your Always On tendency by becoming selective with your contributions.

Download Experiment

Dive Deep:
Read the Book

Go beyond overcoming your diminishing tendencies and learn about becoming a Multiplier leader, someone who makes everyone around them smarter.

Report Back: 
Share your Experience

We're excited to find out how these steps went, so keep your eyes peeled for an email coming in the next few days with this final step.

The bestselling book that inspired the quiz

Written by Liz Wiseman, Multipliers began with a simple observation: There is more intelligence inside our organizations than we are using. Learn about the disciplines that set Multiplier leaders apart by fully utilizing all the genius around them.

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Once a request is submitted, a representative will reach out to schedule a call and co-create a development strategy tailored to your organization’s needs.

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