Organizations are constantly pressed to deliver greater results, from hitting challenging financial targets, to addressing demanding customer needs, to achieving the mission of the organization. The lynchpin in achieving these results often lies with the skill and talent of the organization’s leaders.
However, identifying and developing crucial leadership talent can be a daunting challenge. Flatter organizations have limited the number of developmental roles where leaders can learn the ropes. Demographic trends have created stiff competition for talent, and valued employees demand leaders who both care about them and provide challenging work.
Today, those promoted into leadership roles find themselves with a steep learning curve and often little support to learn what it takes to be a effective leader.
Our Leadership Potential Assessment focuses each leader’s development efforts and helps organizations choose the best candidates for leadership roles.
When used for selection, our assessments help you identify the characteristics your leaders need to be successful and determine who will most likely to succeed. Our process is a natural complement to traditional interviews, providing focused information that will increase your rate of success.
When used for development, our assessment process identifies leadership potential. The feedback we provide pinpoints areas of strength and development need. Based on those strengths and needs, we tailor developmental guidance to accelerate development and make transitions more successful.
Our process begins with an understanding of your organization’s leadership goals and the leadership characteristics that lead to success. We then pair proven psychological assessments with real-world business simulations to provide a comprehensive assessment of the individual. The assessment provides meaningful, actionable feedback to both inform selection decisions and guide the development of leadership talent. We utilize a variety of assessment options that are customized to meet the organization’s specific need.