Leadership Agility Profile™ Assessment

This quick version of the Leadership Agility Profile™ represents a summary of key leadership competencies for successfully leading organizations in an increasingly turbulent and uncertain world. Using the scale below, rate your level of proficiency in each of five research-based areas that are important to leadership agility. You will receive a feedback report illustrating your agility strengths and developmental needs.

Welcome to your Leadership Agility Profile Assessment

1. Anticipating Change

VISIONING - Creating clear understanding on the vision for the enterprise and how it can be engineered into what the workforce does every day to produce desired outcomes for all stakeholders.

SENSING – Understanding the forces of change that can influence stakeholder success along with the creation of early warning systems to signal impending change and enable increased readiness for action.

MONITORING – Identifying, collecting, organizing, and documenting relevant information in ways that facilitate recognition of patterns and trends in key performance or strategic indicators.

2. Generating Confidence

CONNECTING - Influencing self and other organizational stakeholders to be excited, enthused, and committed to furthering the organization's objectives and for how they contribute to creating that success.

ALIGNING – Ensuring the congruence of vision, values, resources, energy and priorities to achieve successful solutions and results in dynamic situations.

ENGAGING – Building heightened emotional connection to the organization by influencing stakeholders to exert greater discretionary effort and involvement for the success of the organization.

3. Initiating Action

BIAS FOR ACTION – Exhibiting initiative, energy and sense of urgency in evaluating and responding to challenging situations, problems and opportunities aligned with the organizational priorities.

DECISION-MAKING – Creating the expectation and capability for focused, fast and effective decision-making at all levels in the organization.

COLLABORATION – Moving quickly to find common ground for solutions among diverse interests; actively involves people inside and outside the immediate area creating conditions for good communication, shared commitment and active cooperation.

4. Liberating Thinking

BIAS FOR INNOVATION – Exhibiting initiative, energy and sense of urgency in evaluating and responding to challenging situations, problems and opportunities aligned with the organizational priorities.

CUSTOMER FOCUS – Developing solutions in a manner that demonstrates an understanding and involvement of internal and external customers’ needs and desire for timely, cost-effective and value-added services.

IDEA DIVERSITY – Seeking a variety of perspectives in an open-minded manner from traditional and nontraditional sources from all levels and stakeholders.

5. Evaluating Results

CREATING EXPECTATIONS – Clearly defining customer-driven expected outcomes for self and all team members to create a good understanding for guiding performance and achieving desired results.

REAL-TIME FEEDBACK – Identifying what needs to be done and proactively taking appropriate action; regularly communicating important feedback to team members and customers in timely manner.

FACT-BASED MEASURES – Using data and information in a clear, rational and thorough process to assess and understand issues, evaluating options, forming accurate conclusions, and making decisions.

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