Leadership

 

There are clear advantages to using certain styles of leadership over others. Our leadership products measure the most and least effective leadership behaviors to help leaders acknowledge and develop their leadership skills.

Not all leaders have good leadership skills. A leader is considered someone who commands or manages a group or organization. To display leadership, the leader must have the ability to articulate their personal vision, improve situations to get results, help their followers excel, and show commitment to their group. It is also important to identify how this leadership is accomplished – is the leader responding to the group only when they are directly asked to? Does the leader use rewards and punishment to manage the group or barter favors for progress? Or does the leader encourage the group to strive for their highest potential to proactively optimize the group’s development and innovation?

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Authentic Leadership Questionnaire
Measures the components that comprise Authentic Leadership: self awareness, transparency, ethical/moral behavior, and balanced processing.
Leader Efficacy Questionnaire
Based on Leader Self and Means Efficacy Theory, the LEQ is unique because it captures both leaders' self-efficacy, as well as leaders' beliefs in the extent that those with whom they interact will support their leadership.
Multifactor Leadership Questionnaireâ„¢
The benchmark measure of transformational leadership.
Multifactor Leadership Questionnaireâ„¢ + Authentic Leadership Questionnaire
Combines the ALQ and MLQ surveys so you can conduct a single survey on Transform™ rather than two separate surveys. For purchase of reports or for PDF licenses, see each instrument separately.
Organizational Description Questionnaire
Measures how often each member of the organization perceives the culture of their unit, department, or organization, to be using transformational or transactional leadership styles.
Team Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire
Assesses the leadership style of a team. It represents an extension of transforming leadership definitions from the individual to the collective.