A variety of assessment tools are available to support the leadership development process, providing a benchmark and insight into an individual’s strengths, core values, attitudes, personality and overall effectiveness. These tools provide a foundation for defining goals and actions to support the coaching process. Being certified in each of the following assessments, Rosalie and her clients determine the most valuable tool(s) for the clients’ needs.
Personality: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
“The Myers-Briggs® (MBTI®) assessment is a powerfully versatile solution that has helped millions of people around the world better understand themselves and how they interact with others. It has also helped organizations of all sizes address their needs, from team building, leadership and coaching, and conflict management to career development and retention”. CPP, Inc., the exclusive publisher of the world’s most trusted and widely used personality assessment.
Innate Nature: Core Values Index
The Core Values Index (CVI™) is the only assessment that uses strategic and tactical values to gain insight into the innate nature of the person.
Discover who you are and why some tasks are motivating and some tasks are less enticing. Begin the empowering journey toward giving your best to all that you do. Take the CVI and contact me if you are ready to dig deeper into how you show up in the world and want to be more successful
Attitudinal: Energy Leadership Index Assessment
The Energy Leadership ™ Index (E.L.I.) is a one-of-a-kind assessment that enables leaders to hold up mirrors to their perceptions, attitudes, behaviors, and overall leadership capabilities. The E.L.I. forms the initial launching point for the Energy Leadership Development System, giving you a baseline for your current performance and situation.
The Leadership Circle Profile 360
The assessment measures 18 Leadership Competencies (critical behaviors and skill sets) and it also measures Internal Assumptions (Reactive Tendencies based on habits of thought that drive behavior). The assessment and debrief indicate how Internal Assumptions limit effectiveness. What is ultimately gained from the assessment and debrief are strengths and weaknesses that need attention, along with an understanding of the positive impact of the taking action on the findings.