We recognize the value of collecting internal and external data on leaders.  We tap into several well-recognized, valid and  reliable instruments found in the marketplace.  


We will use, where appropriate:

  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator--The MBTI is designed to measure personality temperament preferences along four domains:  Extroversion and Introversion, Sensing and Intuition, Thinking and Feeling, Judging and Perceiving.

  • Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument--The TKI is designed to measure a person's conflict styles in work and personal life.  Five styles are measured against how much a person asserts themselves and/or how much a person cooperates with others.  The five conflict style measures are:  Control, Collaborate, Avoid, Accommodate and Compromise.

  • DiSC Profile--The DiSC is an assessment of behavior at work and/or personal life measuring Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Conscientiousness.  There is value to individuals and teams when using DiSC.  Insight of others behaviors helps to break down real and imagined barriers between team members when results are shared.

  • Polarity Assessment for Continuity and Transformation--The PACT assessment allows a management team to see individual and group interpretations of performance of key polarities within an organization.  Typical polarities measured include:  Change and Stability, Mission and Margin, Short-term and Long-term Planning and Centralized and Decentralized Decisions