Leadership Assessments

Self awareness is the first step in leadership development

We use 360-degree assessments and other self-assessments in a feedback process that measures where you are now and ways to help you realize your full potential.

Benchmarks®

Benchmarks is a comprehensive 360-degree assessment for middle to upper-level managers that measures 16 competencies critical for success, as well as five possible career derailers. This in-depth analysis of observable behaviors provides managers with a solid assessment of their leadership competencies. Benchmarks also helps managers identify what lessons may still need to be learned, establishes what specific work experiences need to be sought out in order to develop critical competencies for success, and identifies possible problems that may stall their career.

SKILLSCOPE®

A straightforward 360-degree feedback tool that assesses 15 key job-related skills essential for managerial success.

Change Style Indicator®

An assessment instrument designed to measure your preferred style in approaching change and dealing with situations involving change. Your score on this instrument will place you on a change style continuum ranging from a Conserver style to an Originator style. A third style, the Pragmatist, occupies the middle range of the continuum. The three styles display distinct differences and preferences when approaching change.

Myers-Briggs® Type Indicator (Step II)

Measures your preferences in four personality areas that strongly affect your leadership role.

Strength Deployment Inventory®

Helps people identify their personal strengths in relating to others under two conditions: 1) when everything is going well, and 2) when they are faced with conflict. The SDI suggests ways that one’s personal strengths may be used to improve relationships with others.

Conflict Dynamics Profile®

An instrument that deals with conflict behaviors in the workplace, provides a powerful way to improve self-awareness of what triggers conflict in individuals as well as how they respond to conflict.

FIRO-B®

The Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation-Behavior is a tool that assesses how an individual’s personal needs affect that person’s behavior towards other individuals. This self-report instrument offers insight into an individual’s compatibility with other people as well as providing insight into that person’s own individual characteristics.