Learn more about our other Executive Coaching Assessments:
We recommend a suite of 360 assessments developed by the Center for Creative Leadership:
• Skillscope: A fundamental, core feedback tool that is used successfully for individuals as well as people new to supervising and managing. The instrument assesses participants on 15 skills that are clustered under five areas: Information Skills; Decision-Making; Interpersonal Skills; Personal Resources; and Effective Use of Self.
• Prospector: This assessment tool provides feedback on an individual’s willingness to engage in – and openness to learn from - growth opportunities. Prospector is designed specifically to be used with high-potential mangers, executives and managers with global responsibilities, and high-level individual contributors. Eleven different measures are evaluated under two dimensions: Learning to Learn; and Learning to Lead.
• Benchmarks: This feedback tool is designed for experienced managers and assesses competencies honed from a multitude of leadership experience. The instrument provides feedback around 16 leadership competencies clustered under three dimensions: Leading the Organization; Leading Others; and Leading Yourself. The assessment also evaluates 5 areas that can stall a career.
• Executive Dimensions: This feedback tool is designed to assess leadership effectiveness at the highest levels of an organization: presidents, COOs, CEOs, executive vice presidents, and other senior executives. 16 competencies are presented under three dimensions: Leading the Business; Leading others; and Leading by Personal Example.
Emotional Intelligence 360º Feedback
EQ-360 REPORT: this multi-rater report enables the participant (ratee) to receive feedback from a wide pool of raters who are able to observe the individual’s daily behavior from all possible angles. When these ratings are combined with the individual’s own EQ-i scores, the results create a context of insights that enriches the individual’s growth experience. This report also features a one-page overview, as well as providing a gap analysis which is a visual representation of the ratee's responses directly compared to the responses of the nominated raters. The gap analysis points out the areas where there is a high versus a low level of agreement between the ratee and the raters, and it highlights potential blind spots.