Leaders only grow and develop when they get regular feedback. Do you know what others appreciate about you? Do you know what advice your boss, peers, and subordinates can offer you to improve your leadership style? Do you know how you are contributing to the successes or problems within the organization? Do you know your level of personal entropy? The answers to all these questions are provided by our flagship coaching tool, the Leadership Values Assessment.
Organizational transformation begins with the personal transformation of the leaders. If the leaders don’t change, the culture won’t change.
Therefore, to grow and develop your culture, you need to grow and develop your leaders.
In one simple picture, see how a leader believes they show up and how others experience them.
See how a leader’s values map against the Barrett Leadership Model and in which areas they are experiencing difficulties.
Receive a detailed analysis of what is working well, where improvements could be made, and next areas for growth. Understand where a leader’s perception of their leadership style differs from the perception of colleagues.
Presents a collective view of the results of individual Leadership Values Assessment’s to provide an overview of the group. How they believe they act and how they come across to others.
Recognize the patterns and differences in how a leader interacts with others e.g. Boss, Peers, Team Members
The Leadership Values Assessment is a powerful coaching tool for promoting self-awareness, personal transformation, and an understanding of the actions a leader needs to take to realize his or her full potential. It compares a leader’s perception of his or her operating style, with the perception of their superiors, peers, and subordinates. Emphasis is placed on a leader’s strengths, areas for improvement, and opportunities for growth.
The Leadership Values Assessment reveals the extent to which a leader’s behaviors help or hinder the performance of the organization, and to what extent fear influences decision-making. The Leadership Values Assessment also measures the personal entropy and authenticity of a leader.
Demographic categories, such as Boss, Peer, and Team member, may be added to an assessment in order to view responses by relationship to the leader. These plots supplement the overall Leadership Values Assessment report and plot and are available at additional cost.
The Leadership Values Assessment process begins with the customization of the leadership values template. Leaders are then asked to go to a password-protected website to select ten values that most represent their operating style. They also list what they believe are their strengths, and areas of improvement they are currently working on. Fifteen to twenty assessors, chosen by the leader, also go to the password-protected website to select ten values that represent the leader’s operating style; the behaviors they believe the leader needs to stop or improve; and any other comments they wish to give as feedback to the leader. Assessors can choose whether to leave their name with feedback or take the survey anonymously. The values chosen by the leader and the assessors are mapped to the Barrett Leadership Model.
The Leadership Values Assessment feedback is given by a coach in a two-to-three-hour feedback session. The leader and the coach together develop a detailed action plan to improve the performance of the leader.
When a group of leaders are having Leadership Values Assessments produced at the same time, you can also see a collective view of the leadership style of the leaders with a Leadership Group Plot.