Leading with Character and Competence (Digital Self-Assessment)

Moving Beyond Title, Position, and Authority

Publication date: 10/31/2016

Leading with Character and Competence (Digital Self-Assessment)

Self-assessment companion product to Leading with Character and Competence to address four corners of character and competence.

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Format: Online Subscription

Price: $9.95 for one-year subscription, or five tests, whichever comes first

Description: This instrument is intended to help you understand your strengths and weaknesses in leading with character and competence. It consists of 80 questions that address these eight characteristics: integrity, humility, accountability, courage, learning, change, judgment, and vision. The assessment will produce a graphic of your results and interpretation from the author. You take the test up to five times within a 12-month period and compare your results.

Author's Welcome

You are about to take the “Leading with Character and Competence Self-Assessment.” This assessment consists of 80 questions that address each of the four corners of character and of competence. It will take you about 15 minutes to complete the assessment.

Using a 5-point agree/disagree scale where 1 means “strongly disagree and 5 means “strongly agree,” simply indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with each statement as it relates to your own attitudes and behavior.

Remember, this is a self-assessment. Sometimes people are tempted to overrate themselves or to manipulate their answers. Taking that approach will invalidate your results and prevent you from gaining deep insight into your performance and helping you accelerate your development. Please complete the assessment as accurately and honestly as you can. If you do, your results will be actionable and will form the basis for the next stage of your personal growth as a leader.

Once you receive your results, carefully review them and identify no more than three development priorities for yourself. This will allow you to focus your efforts and energy and make sustainable behavioral change over time.

Sincerely,

Timothy R. Clark, Ph.D.

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Self Assessment - 1 year access - $9.95 - Members: $6.97
Self Assessment - 1 year access - $9.95 - Members: $6.97
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Overview

Self-assessment companion product to Leading with Character and Competence to address four corners of character and competence.

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Format: Online Subscription

Price: $9.95 for one-year subscription, or five tests, whichever comes first

Description: This instrument is intended to help you understand your strengths and weaknesses in leading with character and competence. It consists of 80 questions that address these eight characteristics: integrity, humility, accountability, courage, learning, change, judgment, and vision. The assessment will produce a graphic of your results and interpretation from the author. You take the test up to five times within a 12-month period and compare your results.

Author's Welcome

You are about to take the “Leading with Character and Competence Self-Assessment.” This assessment consists of 80 questions that address each of the four corners of character and of competence. It will take you about 15 minutes to complete the assessment.

Using a 5-point agree/disagree scale where 1 means “strongly disagree and 5 means “strongly agree,” simply indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with each statement as it relates to your own attitudes and behavior.

Remember, this is a self-assessment. Sometimes people are tempted to overrate themselves or to manipulate their answers. Taking that approach will invalidate your results and prevent you from gaining deep insight into your performance and helping you accelerate your development. Please complete the assessment as accurately and honestly as you can. If you do, your results will be actionable and will form the basis for the next stage of your personal growth as a leader.

Once you receive your results, carefully review them and identify no more than three development priorities for yourself. This will allow you to focus your efforts and energy and make sustainable behavioral change over time.

Sincerely,

Timothy R. Clark, Ph.D.

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