Team and Organisation Data
In delivering our programmes, we collect a wide range of data. When aggregated, this provides a rich snapshot of leadership in your organisation which can be used in a powerful way to inform organisational development plans and activities. Many of the tools are available as 360 versions too to help give a more rounded view of leadership.
Set out below are examples of the data we collect.
Instantly see how a team, department or whole organisation looks on the Insights Discovery® wheel. What colour energies dominate? What are the implications for leadership style, communications, team working? Are your leaders similar or different to the people they lead? By using the 360 tool you can also see how the person’s behaviours are perceived by others.
The Mindset of Successful Leaders – High Challenge and High Support
To what extent do your leaders share the mindset of successful leaders? What trends exist at different layers of the organisation? Are there differences across the organisation? Does this match up to what their teams experience?
The Skills of Successful Leaders
See how your leaders assess their own capability across the 15 skills associated with successful people leadership. What are the strengths and the areas for development? What trends exist across teams and the organisation. Use the 360-degree tool to see whether teams share the same perspective.
Successful leaders look to continually develop their team which means that they need to be able to identify which style of leadership will be effective at what stage of someone’s development. Do your leaders demonstrate a flexibility of style when encountering different situations and do they know which style will be most effective when? The Situational Consistency questionnaire is used to identify this at an individual level and results can be aggregated to give a picture of what preferences exist in this area.
What’s driving your organisation’s performance?
Motivational Maps® identifies what motivates individuals and to what extent these motivators are being met (or, put simply, how motivated they are). Team Maps show what drives a team, what level of motivation exists, where conflict may arise and what the appetite for change is likely to be. Organisational Maps take this one stage further, enabling a company to see across teams and directorates. This information can be used for employee engagement, reward strategies, change management and talent management.
If you would like to understand more about any of the above questionnaires and/or how the data they provide could help your teams and organisation, please contact us.