Self-knowledge is key to leadership development and knowing how and when you currently demonstrate the skills provided in the nine leadership competencies is the first step on your leadership journey. This sample assessment contains 9 questions, one question for each of the nine competencies, out of the total 41 questions that exist in the full Leadership Assessment. This sample assessment also contains a simple Results page to demonstrate how the scores are calculated.
While business goals are dynamic, leaders can
keep their focus by aligning their efforts with organizational priorities. These
topics will organize how you determine which goals to tackle first, and allow
you to manage expectations every step of the way.
In today's corporate climate, leaders need to
remain resilient while driving for growth. These topics will allow you to
identify your natural talents while taking the initiative to develop your
resilience, relationships and resources.
Great leaders anticipate change, enable learning
and prepare to evolve with emerging opportunities. These topics will explore
methods to take a multi-faceted view on potential challenges to work through
the problem-solving process swiftly yet comprehensively.
Good leaders build
strong teams; great leaders build self-directed teams. These topics will
prepare you to engage others to take decision making opportunities and apply
this learning to promote collaboration.
role as a leader is to bring out the best in others, even when they know
more than you.
These topics will address necessary conversations to have with your team to develop trusting relationships and to recognize and celebrate people’s talents.
purpose of a project leader is to empower team members to feel they have a real
stake in the project. These topics will highlight critical areas for project
leadership, including clear communication about goals, responsibility,
performance, expectations and feedback.
succeed when they can manage unyielding pressure for rapid results and fierce
competition from global organizations with innovation. These topics will
consider the conditions that lead to innovative thinking and proactively help
you meet future market and employee needs, all while nurturing your creativity.
past experience is not always the best premise to develop future strategies,
leaders must understand best practices to create value for customers. These
topics will answer the “how” and “when” of business planning by involving
others to create a vision that is coherent and unifying to ensure the
organization is successful at achieving its strategic goals.
do you measure your company’s performance? Running a successful organization
requires thorough analysis of employee performance, sales and financial
results. These topics will help you identify and implement opportunities to
streamline work processes, assess risk and deliver results.