Join the thousands of higher-ed leaders who have gained critical insights into their leadership using this tool.
Self-awareness is at the heart of effective leadership and despite taking multiple assessments, most leaders have very little recollection of what they’ve learned from the inventories they’ve taken. They can usually remember the colors, numbers, letters or labels but rarely retain deep insights into their leadership strengths or gaps.
The 5 Paths to Leadership Assessment is different. Its intuitive and practical design helps leaders maximize their own personal effectiveness and adapt to and gain influence with others. Uniquely, the tool also provides valuable insights into how your leadership changes under stress, a particularly relevant feature in today’s times.
The assessment examines 5 forms of intelligence:
The assessment will help you understand ways of achieving greater balance among the five forms of intelligence so that you can improve your overall effectiveness as a leader.
Upon purchase, you’ll receive an email with a unique link to take the assessment. It shouldn’t take more than 12 minutes to complete. Once complete, you’ll receive a second email with a report that shares your complete results.
- Individual: for you to purchase and use for self-assessment.
- Annual Institutional License: Use and re-use for anyone on your campus, as many times as your faculty and staff would like. Ideal for multi-department and team use!
Invite AI to Facilitate the 5 Paths for Your Next Team Retreat
There is tremendous power in having your entire team complete the assessment to reveal critical insights on how effective your meetings are, how well you communicate and make decisions and whether you’re able to fully tap the diverse perspectives in the group.
In either 2 or 3 hours, AI can facilitate a retreat whereby:
- Each team member understands the leadership model and their own behaviors under both normal and stressful circumstances
- A team profile is prepared to reveal tendencies that influences the group’s process- who is listened to, which styles have the most influence, what biases might be at play and what all of this means for the group’s ability to innovate as well as achieve key results
- Working agreements that can leverage the team’s performance can be brainstormed, discussed and prioritized
This process can build appreciation for each other, deepen trust and help the group become more curious and creative.