As a leader, how do I quickly gain a clear picture of how effective I am in my business life?
How can I reasonably guarantee that I haven’t developed any blind spots or that important aspects don’t fall down the back of my desk?
Do I have my most important stakeholders in mind?
Developed as a reliable quick-check device and self-applied reflection tool, we dhave continued to refine our As-Is Assessment over the years. An in-depth questionnaire accompanies the illustration below, shedding light on each of the individual areas through targeted questions. And, as a leader, I can use it to get decisive feedback in selected areas of my leadership role.
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Personal Priorities & Professional Tasks
Setting personal priorities and aligning professional tasks:
Personal Life Balance & Satisfaction
Observation and examination of personal life balance and satisfaction:
Personal Life Goals & Professional Development Goals
Planning and implementation of personal life goals and professional development goals:
Matching Tasks to Readiness, Ability and Opportunity to Perform
Achieving the best possible fit between tasks and individual readiness, ability and opportunity to perform:
Individual Communication Behavior & Performance Results
Observation and review of individual communication behavior and performance outcomes:
Individual Development Goals
Planning and implementation of individual development goals:
Goal-Oriented Communication System
Establishment and cultivation of a goal-oriented communication system:
Internal Organizational Communication Patterns & Interaction with Environment
Observation / review of internal organizational communication patterns and interaction with the environment:
Organizational Development Goals
Team / Organizational Development
Planning and implementation of organizational development goals: