Coming together is a beginning.
Keeping together is a progress.
Working together is a success

See the whole picture of your organization’s leadership culture and discover a compelling rationale for change.

The Collective Leadeship Assessment™ delivers a powerful screenshot of your leadership culture. This assessment can be used for your entire organization or for a specific leadership team., and reveals valuable data that tells you how your people view their current leadership culture and compares that reality to the optimal culture they desire.

The “gap” between data on the current culture and the desired outcome instantly reveals key opportunities for leadership development.

The survey uses the same integral framework that makes the Leadership Circle Profile so powerful and effective.

The Collective Leadeship Assessment builds readiness for change at the group level and the Leadership Circle Profile provides in-depth feedback for individual leadership development.

The profile measures both behavior and the leader’s inner operating system that runs that behavior, and the survey measures the impact of that behavior on the culture.

TheCollective Leadeship Assessment will:


  • Establish a compelling rationale for change.
  • Focus leadership development efforts.
  • Delineate cultural challenges associated with acquisitions, mergers, and restructuring plans.
  • Correlate leadership to productivity, profits, turnover, and other bottom line metrics.
  • Taps into an ever-growing norm base that allows for your organization to be compared to the total norm base and/or to any industry group(s) that provide for valid comparisons.
  • Break-out reports can easily be produced on every sub-group in an organization from the work team to the entire organization.
  • Is user friendly. Data display is vivid, precise, and allows for immediate in-depth understanding.
  • Is completely confidential.

The reason why consciousness exists, and why there is an urge to widen and deepen it, is very simple, without consciousness things go less well

Carl Jung

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