Our personality profiles and self-assessments
are helpful for introducing people to the range of characteristics related to personal effectiveness. Each of these assessments help a person understand how they are unique and how that may help or hinder performance. Self-assessments can be used alone, but they are excellent complements to multi-rater 360s. Using a combination of the two provides more effective feedback.
These assessments profile what makes you tick, and how the ways you are different can both help and hinder your ability to influence others and bring about change. Assessments here profile how you are likely to act in most situations, and what tendencies you have that may derail you. Other assessments here help you understand the type of organization culture where you will “fit” most easily, as well as the kind of culture you are likely to create for those you lead.
Colonel Eric G. Kail, PhD, created the Cardinal Leadership Inventory. The CLI is currently used to assess and develop leaders of character at West Point and throughout the military and private sectors.
Full engagement, optimizing and balancing your energy, understanding potential blind spots. Learn something about yourself that can enhance your personal effectiveness and personal productivity.
Work Across Cultures
Does your work involve contact with customers, clients or coworkers from other cultures? These assessments look at a variety of important aspects of working around the world. Categories include working in cross-cultural teams, preparing for an expatriate assignment, and examining how adept you are in thinking, strategizing and negotiating successful engagements across the cultures of the world.
Thinking about a new career? The assessments in this category help you understand and appreciate your strengths and how those might be best deployed across the type of work and the kinds of organizations that represent your best opportunities.