Assessments and Tools

Eleven Performance Group™ 360 Feedback

The result of two main areas: leadership competencies and career derailment. This feedback tool provides insights into the dynamics of management development, including the skills, values, and perspectives managers need to develop, as well as the potential flaws they need to address.

  • Created and administered by Eleven Performance Group
  • Results interpreted and delivered by a certified professional
  • Follows American Psychological Association (APA) and American Educational Research Association (AERA) guidelines for psychological testing
  • The survey is comprised of a variety of leadership competencies and derailment factors
  • Participants receive a comprehensive individual feedback report from their leader(s), peers, and direct reports

EQ-I Emotional Intelligence

Based on 20 years of research, BarOn EQ-i® measures emotionally and socially intelligent behavior. Research suggests that emotional intelligence is a better predictor of success than either relevant previous experience or IQ.  Encouragingly, skill sets associated with emotional intelligence can be learned.

  • Consists of 133 items, four validity indices and a sophisticated correction factor rendering scores for the following components:
    • Intrapersonal
    • Interpersonal
    • Stress Management
    • Adaptability
    • General Mood Scale
    • Participants receive summary results and a development report

Everything DiSC Profile Assessment

The DiSC profile assessment is designed to help learners better understand themselves AND others, and helps participants build more effective working relationships based on an understanding of different behavioral styles. This is especially critical in working environments comprised of collaborative teams.

  • Provides a common language
  • Acts as a springboard for conversations
  • Enables participants to recognize styles in peers
  • Reduces conflict and misunderstandings
  • Participants receive a report describing their own style, recognized priorities, motivating factors, and stressors to help them better understand themselves and others with whom they work