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LEA vs. traditional 360 360Leadership Equity Assessment Large number of questions - reply inflation - Infrequent reassessment Assessment questionnaire 13 most important Leadership areas - No inflation - Easy to reassess Long lead time to analyze. Reporting only on manager level. Hard to prioritize. Analysis and reporting Immediate and accurate reports on 3 levels. Clear development activities and champions. Many unprioritized & unfocused development activities Development activities Focused and agile development of Leadership skills. Clear, prioritized, focused, immediate, concrete activities. Unclear or weak correlation with business results, discontinuous. Results and benefits Continuous improvement. Measurable direct link to business results (e.g. BSC). Individual only with long lead time to apply development ApplicabilityCorporate, Unit, Individual levels Immediate implementation & fast results No or light researchValidityInternational studies, including own LEA research Leadership Equity Assessment™ Worldwide distribution by Persona GLOBAL, Inc. 2011. © Leadership Equity. Leadership Equity Assessment™ Worldwide distribution by Persona GLOBAL, Inc. 2011. © Leadership Equity.
An agile method as a foundation for unified global leadership 360Leadership Equity Assessment Plenty of questions - reply inflation - Infrequent reassessment Assessment questionnaire Only 13 questions that have most impact on business results Easy to reassess Many unprioritized & unfocused development activities Development activities Develop 1 Leadership skill in 3-6 months. Clear, prioritized, focused, immediate, concrete Unclear or weak correlation with business results, discontinuous Results and benefits Measurable direct link to business results (e.g. BSC), continuous improvement Individual only with long lead time to apply development ApplicabilityCorporate, Unit, Individual levels Immediate implementation & fast results No or light researchValidityInternational studies, including own LEA research Employee satisfaction Customer satisfaction Productivity Profitability Business results Performance results Leadership results KPI’s Training results Input Leadership skills development Employee input Market input Diagnosis & Gap Analysis Rewarding CHANGE STRATEGIC PERFORMANCE CUSTOMER Leadership assessment Talent management We have both, 360 and an agile method LEA is an agile leadership model for assessing, developing and measuring leadership results 13 Fundamental Leadership areas having strongest impact on Business Results Detailed reporting for Individual, Unit & Corporate assessment and Development Applies to all Leadership levels –Executive –Middle management –Team leader –Rising star Identify best and under performers Compare units/countries leadership vs. results Measure impact and results of development frequently PERFORMANCE Leadership Equity assessment (LEA) Leadership Equity Assessment™ Worldwide distribution by Persona GLOBAL, Inc. 2011. © Leadership Equity.
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