ASSESSMENT SERVICES HOW OTHERS PERCEIVE YOU AS A LEADER

LEADERSHIP ASSESSMENT SERVICES EXCLUSIVELY FOR WOMEN LEADERS

Women leaders – take control of your professional growth by enrolling in one of our assessment programs that will allow you to better understand your strengths, identify gaps, and reflect on how to leverage those strengths to achieve your career goals.  

ASSESSMENT SERVICES – HOW OTHERS PERCEIVE YOU AS A LEADER 

While it is important to understand how you and the person to whom you report evaluate your leadership effectiveness, it is equally important to understand how your direct reports, your peers, and other stakeholders perceive you as a leader.  This is often referred to as your ‘leadership brand.’  Today, in many cases, these perceptions about you as a leader can make or break your career.  

Perception is reality. While you may see yourself to be as an effective leader, others who work with you and for you may have a different perception.  Understanding yourself through the lens of others is imperative. Embracing your strengths and appreciating others’ perceptions of you are essential to becoming a great leader. Possessing a keen sense of self will help you to be an authentic leader and provide insights about what makes you stand out to others.

This assessment identifies those issues or ‘gaps’ that impede your growth as an effective leader.  The information from the assessment gives you a base line to help you improve as a leader. In addition, it offers base line data about where you are as a leader today.  For example on a scale of 0 to 100, where do you rank among other leaders?  

By participating in one of our leadership and coaching development programs, you will receive the information you need to help you become a more effective leader.  And, at the end of one year, we will conduct a second assessment which will allow you to quantify your improvement as a leader that year. 

Testimonials from Women Leaders

“This assessment really opened my eyes and helped me understand how people were perceiving me as a leader. In some cases I was over utilizing my leadership strengths and it pointed that out. More importantly, it pointed out what I need to do in order to be more effective as a leader From that information I have now put together a personal leadership improvement action plan… onr that will help me and my team make even greater contributions to the organization” 

Take control of your personal leadership growth.
Start by determining how others perceive you as a leader, what leadership issues you need to improve and quantify your success as a leader.