Builds a report that interprets an individual's MLQ Actual vs. Ought scores. You invite participants to take the survey and Transform™ generates their reports.
Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire: Actual vs. Ought Form (MLQ)
by Bernard M. Bass and Bruce J. Avolio
Copyright © 1996, 2003, 2014 by Bernard M. Bass and Bruce J. Avolio
Upon purchase of a MLQ Individual Report: Actual vs. Ought, you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org which includes a login link to your Mind Garden Transform account where you will administer the MLQ Actual vs. Ought survey via a campaign. Follow the steps to create the campaign, set the campaign options, invite your participants to complete the survey, and monitor their progress. Upon a participant's completion of the survey, their MLQ Individual Report: Actual vs. Ought is automatically generated and released at your discretion.
Each MLQ Individual Report: Actual vs. Ought includes one MLQ Transform Survey Hosting: Actual vs. Ought (Data) license (to collect the data), one MLQ Individual Report: Actual vs. Ought license (to generate the report), and the complete MLQ Leader's Workbook.
To review a sample MLQ Individual Report: Actual vs. Ought, please click here.
2. Full Range Leadership®
3. Making the Most of Your Report
4. Leadership Profile Self Scores
5. Comparison with Norms
6. Actual vs. Ought
a. Ought Higher than Actual
b. Actual Higher than Ought
7. Your Transformational Leadership
a. Style Strengths
b. Areas for Development
8. All Items
a. Transformational Leadership
b. Transactional Leadership
c. Passive/Avoidant Behavior
d. Outcomes of Leadership
9. Individual Planning and Goal Setting
Alternative Report Type - Report About Me
If you want a MLQ Actual vs. Ought report for yourself only, purchase a MLQ Report About Me: Actual vs. Ought.
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Bruce J. Avolio, Ph.D., is a Professor of Management at the University of Washington Foster School of Business where he also serves as the Executive Director of the Foster Center for Leadership. His specialties include Leadership Assessment and Designing Micro Development Interventions.
Bernard M. Bass, Ph.D. (d. 2007) was a professor emeritus in the School of Management at Binghamton University (State University of New York). He was also the founding director of the Center for Leadership Studies at Binghamton and founding editor of The Leadership Quarterly journal.
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