The Executive Self-Assessment provides a statistical analysis of
an upper manager's personal qualities required to create a continuously-learning,
high-involvement organization. These qualities have come to be recognized
as necessary to lead an organization into the twenty-first century.
The information from this confidential survey allows an executive
to gain self-knowledge of his or her level of personal empowerment.
It further identifies how his or her interpersonal, management, and
leadership styles impact other individuals and the overall operation
of the organization. The assessment identifies strengths as well
as opportunities for improvement. It specifically identifies "high-impact" areas
for interpersonal improvement, which, when addressed, will affect
the greatest change.
Feedback from the assessment provides the basis for a personal action
plan. It establishes a baseline from which an upper manager can measure
future improvement as a result of implementing personal strategies.
Collective feedback from participating upper managers is used in
designing executive team-building sessions.
The Executive Self-Assessment provides an upper manager with three
dimensions of feedback:
- An analysis of self-responses to sixty questions regarding personal
beliefs, attitudes, and practices quantitatively measured on a
one hundred percent "personal mastery" scale.
- An evaluation of the upper manager's performance by co-workers
and/or subordinates, and
- One-on-one facilitation geared toward provoking personal insights
and highlighting significant areas for improvement.
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