Instrument Validation Study
Bowling Green State University
This white paper contains an independent study of The Leadership Circle Profile conducted by IPRA, a consulting group within the Industrial Organizational Psychology Department at the Bowling Green State University in Ohio. The study concludes that, “[The] Leadership Circle Profile is an internally consistent, valid measure for leadership development [and] the results of this independent investigation suggest that [the] Leadership Circle Profile is quite acceptable for developmental purposes.”
Leadership: Uncommon SenseThe Role of Demographics and Personality
Build your case for the necessity of an in-depth approach to leadership development–at all levels of the organization–accompanied by the difficult work of systems change. Tackle the tough terrain of leadership development–the major disciplines that need to be integrated into one’s life for genuine development to take place.
Break from old patterns and begin embodying a new, preferred state of an organization. Learn to pay attention to the deep personal changes that are required of people at every level rather than the level of consciousness, thinking, and behavior that gave rise to the old culture.
Pathways to Partnership
Discover a model for changing beliefs, enabling managers to more fully embody the principles of a new system in their behavior. Understanding this model is essential in accelerating organizational change by helping managers at all levels gain insight into the nature of their character structures.
The Spirit of Leadership
Discover how improving the internal operating system of the leader creates extraordinary leadership. More than just skill development, the consciousness required to deploy one’s leadership in ways that are well matched to the complexity of the organizational challenges makes all the difference.
The Leadership Circle and Organizational Performance
Dive deeper into the research outlined in “The Leadership Circle: Breakthrough Leadership Assessment Technology.” The research dramatically shows how the Leadership Circle Profile graphically displays the aggregate results from among the 486 leaders in the study whose business performance was rated best and worst. This paper presents powerful evidence that changes in leadership behavior, as measured by the Leadership Circle Profile, are very likely to translate into increased leadership effectiveness and thereby, bottom-line business performance.
The Leadership Circle: Breakthrough Leadership Assessment Technology
Introducing a significant advancement in state-of-the-art leadership assessment and development, the Leadership Circle Profile is the first competency-based 360° profile to measure behavior at various stages of adult development. It links patterns of action with habits of thought to organize information into a developmental system based on some of the best theoretical frameworks in the leadership, psychological, and spiritual literature. It also displays information in a way that immediately draws attention to the most critical information in the feedback.
Daily Habits of Exceptional Leaders
Padraig O’Sullivan and Roma Gaster, Partners of The Leadership Circle based in Sydney, Australia, led a groundbreaking study into revealing and understanding the daily habits of exceptional leaders. In effect, the study uncovered what exact habits have these leaders cultivated outside of work that allows them to turn up in work in their leadership positions and lead in an exceptional manner.
Reactive to Creative
Bob Anderson and Bill Adams
Two major movements happen in the self (in its inner game) as it transforms from Reactive to Creative Leadership. The first movement has to do with a shift in how we optimize the tension between purpose and safety. In the second parallel movement, identity shifts from the outside-in to the inside out.