The Qualitative Leadership Assessment focuses on individual leaders, typically at the C level or the next level down. Using a structured interview process, we meet individually with those who work most closely with the leader to gain their experience of the leader’s strengths and blind spots, while also offering suggestions for areas most critical for the leader to focus on in the near future. This assessment is often used in combination with the Leadership Circle Profile results to help the leader gain greater insight into the quantitative assessment results, and to further inform immediate development needs.
Designed for leaders and managers throughout the organization, this 360° assessment measures a leader’s Creative Competencies and Reactive Tendencies. The findings help the leader quickly understand how it is they show up, what has helped them be successful so far, and what deeply held beliefs and styles may be limiting their effectiveness and results.
Designed for leaders who are actively engaged in their development, these near-real time surveys reinforce a leader’s commitment to take action on their leadership development plan by inviting an accountability team of colleagues to give that leader direct feedback on how their behavior-change experiments are working. Based on the quantitative and written feedback from the survey, leaders are able to course correct as needed.
This report provides the senior leadership team with a comprehensive summary of the state of leadership in your organization. By integrating various quantitative and qualitative assessments, the report provides a thorough benchmark of how the organization is, or is not, making leadership a strategic competitive advantage. The themes highlighted in this report inform senior leaders about the most needed and strategic areas for the organization’s leadership development.
The Qualitative Team Assessment is designed to inform intact leadership teams about their collective effectiveness. Using structured interviews with team members and selected constituents, the findings summarize key points on which the team is already aligned, as well as areas where tension or disagreement pose a challenge. This assessment aids teams in identify development opportunities and critical areas in need of attention to improve strategy, performance and culture.
The Leadership Culture survey can focus on the entire organization, or a single leadership team. The survey measures how people view the current leadership culture, and also measures how they would characterize the optimal culture. The findings reveal a gap between the current and desired culture that reveals key opportunities for leadership development.
This survey taps into organizational perceptions about the outcomes of specific key leadership processes and how effectively those processes are being executed.
Designed as a multi-method baseline assessment for organizational transformation, our Whole Systems Assessment is a customized, consultant-administered approach. It includes one or more of our culture assessment methods, and goes on to address business performance and capacity/capabilities. We use our own Six Systems model to ensure we address the critical components that determine the organization’s ability to change and to perform over time.