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The paradoxes of creative leadership
Most assessments recognize that strong traits can be derailers but deal with it by simply acknowledging the person could sometimes exhibit the related derailing trait. Only Paradox Technology determines if a strong trait is actually a true strength, or a derailer.
Every trait can be a strength or a derailer depending if the trait is balanced by another seemingly opposite paradoxical trait. For example, if a person is strong in both Frankness and Diplomacy, both will be genuine balancing strengths when communicating. On the other hand, if a person has only one of the paradoxical traits, there will necessarily be a related counter-productive behavior, the strength of which depends on the extent of the imbalance.
For example, a person with very strong Frankness and weak Diplomacy, will have a strong tendency to be disruptively blunt which leads to unnecessary upsets, mistrust, and employee turnover. Conversely, a person with very strong Diplomacy and week Frankness, will have a strong tendency to be evasive when communicating, causing unclarity and unresolved issues. In some cases, the person is weak in both Frankness and Diplomacy indicating they will try to avoid communication.
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The key is to appreciate and strengthen both sides of the paradox. People who are imbalanced in a paradox tend to demonize the trait in which they are weak.
For example, people who are strong in Frankness and weak in Diplomacy will see themselves as truthful and will consider Diplomacy to be untruthful. If they are challenged about being blunt, they may say "Do you want me to lie? By understanding the balances related to paradox, they can begin to understand the negative consequences of their imbalance and start to develop a balanced approach to communication. ParadoxTechnology analyzes and determines a broad spectrum of potential counter-productive traits without having to ask negative questions on the questionnaire.