Inspired by the work of US business psychologists Kouzes and Posner (“The Leadership Challenge”), this questionnaire measures leadership capability and is designed for more strategic roles inside your organisation. There are threads of emotional intelligence and transactional analysis (Parent-Adult-Child, I’m OK, You’re OK) woven into the questionnaire. We would typically encourage contributions from manager, peers, direct reports (where relevant) and others such as internal and external partners and/or customers.
Inspired by the CMI (Chartered Management Institute) Management Standards in the UK, this questionnaire measures managerial capability and is designed for those employees who have direct reports. It can also be used for those without direct reports but with responsibility for a project or a process. We would also suggest the inclusion of additional groups to include peers and others such as internal or external partners and/or customers.
Inspired by the work of Daniel Goleman and Eric Berne (TA), this questionnaire measures emotional intelligence and can be used with all staff, especially those in leadership, management or sales roles. We would typically encourage contributions from manager, peers, direct reports (where relevant) and others such as internal and external partners and/or customers.
More and more today, managers and leaders are being asked to hold coaching-style conversations with colleagues, staff and even customers. Based on our own significant experience in developing coaching capability in conjunction with inspiration for the Myers Briggs Type Indicator®, the questionnaire is typically sent to the manager and their direct reports, although additional categories can be included. One effective way of using CoachQ is with the participants before and sometime after a 'manager as coach' training programme.