Gain insights into where talent is being fully utilized and where it may be slipping through the cracks in your organization. When paired with a keynote and workshop, participants will come armed with data to help analyze their leadership behavior and guide their learning to where it’s needed most. Assessment options include:
- 360 Assessment
- Utilization Index
Multipliers 360 Assessment
This robust, 72-question, multi-rater assessment gives leaders a baseline across the Multipliers leadership model. The report includes a net score (Multiplier behaviors minus Diminisher behaviors) across each of the five disciplines to quickly identify a few high-leverage starting points.
This report is based on the same 75 questions that make up the Multipliers 360 and provides a quick approximation of the ways you may be Multiplying or Diminishing the intelligence in the people around you. The report includes a net score (Multiplier behaviors minus Diminisher behaviors) across each of the five disciplines.
Utilization Index Assessment
This assessment is a “Three Minute 360” because it asks two direct questions to indicate how well a leader is utilizing the intelligence around them. Leaders will receive: 1) a percentage score (1-100%) for the amount of genius and capability they utilize and 2) feedback for one thing they could do differently.
Team Aggregate 360 Assessment Report
If you and your team complete the Multipliers 360 you can request a report which aggregates the team’s feedback into a single report. This allows you to identify a whole team’s performance along the Diminisher-Multiplier continuum. We recommend this for any intact teams interested in building Multiplier leadership throughout the team.
1-on-1 Coaching Session for 360 Assessment
For the full Multipliers 360 assessment, participants may want to participate in a 1-on-1 coaching session to interpret the results and to begin creating a development plan for leading more like a Multiplier. The objective of this coaching session is to identify the key areas for accelerated development (as described on page 203 of Multipliers).