Leadership Quarterly

Thinking About Certification? See What Others Are saying!

July, 2013 | by The Leadership Circle
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    When you become certified in The Leadership Circle Profile, you gain access to our suite of tools, including The Leadership Circle Manager’s Edition and the Leadership Culture Survey.  The information in the Leadership Circle Profile is rich, thorough, and elegantly organized to elucidate patterns and interactions among all dimensions. The leader can quickly see the whole story and gain insights into his/her creative strengths, the competencies that need development, and the deeper issues that are giving rise to the patterns of competency over/under utilization.
    But don’t just take our word for it, see what others are saying:
    “I have found The Leadership Circle’s instrument a rich and valuable complement to my work! That single picture prompts a world of reflection, and naturally leads to a well-chosen “improvement goal,” the first step in many a focused coaching approach, including mine.” – Robert Kegan, Co-author of Immunity to Change “The Leadership Circle Profile is an extraordinary aid for accelerating the development of leaders. This 360 degree process is an integral part of both our Executive MBA programs and our non-degree leadership programs. There are two elements that distinguish the Leadership Circle Profile from its competitors. First, the instrument itself focuses on the critical developmental components associated with long-term effectiveness. Second, the team of feedback coaches is second to none – absolutely world-class.” – Leo Burke, Associate Dean and Director of Executive Education, University of Notre Dame (Mendoza College of Business) “The Leadership Circle Profile is an internally consistent, valid measure for leadership development. The psychometric properties of The Leadership Circle Profile are strong, suggesting that The Leadership Circle Profile is appropriate and strong for developmental feedback. Since this measure is only meant for developmental purposes and not for selection, termination, promotion, or other high stakes decisions, the results of this independent investigation suggest that The Leadership Circle Profile is quite acceptable for developmental purposes.” – IPRA, Industrial Organizational Psychology Department, Bowling Green State University
    Be sure to check out our list of upcoming Certifications.
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