• Leadership Assessment

What is Leadership Assessment?

Leadership assessments provide an insight into each leader’s emotional intelligence and show you which areas have room for improvement so peers can work together more effectively and efficiently. With a leadership assessment, you will gain a greater understanding of the specific qualities of each of your management team members. This helps develop big-picture ideas to help move your organization forward.

Leadership assessments also give executives an idea of each leader’s abilities – no matter what stage they are in their career – to help strengthen executive and management teams. Good leadership assessments may help you define where you would like to end up as an executive and how to get there.

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What Are the Benefits of Leadership Assessment?

Conducting a leadership assessment has many benefits, and it is not just limited to determining which executives are right (or wrong) for their positions. You can use a leadership assessment to:

Learn more about the business management styles and skills of your company’s executives

Each individual executive within your company likely has different ideas about how to make things better. With a leadership assessment, you can find out what specific qualities make each leader unique and how to use those differences to your company’s advantage.

Develop a leadership plan

You cannot run a company without making a plan. By assessing your company’s leaders, you can map out a strategy to take each executive’s strengths and weaknesses into account. From there, you can develop and execute your plan.

Obtain regular assessments at different levels

With regular leadership assessments for each level of executives, you will begin to understand how each executive is doing and which ones are ready for more (or temporarily less) responsibility. 

Ensure board effectiveness

Not sure if your board is working as efficiently as it could? With a leadership assessment, you can ensure your board is representing shareholders’ interests correctly. Since the board is also in charge of executive compensation, an effective board reflects an effective executive team. Contact us to learn more or to ask any questions today.