Legacy Leadership Competency Inventory E-Assessment
Includes 1 credit for this online assessment for groups or organizations.
You will need to purchase 1 credit per individual participant.
When most people think the term "legacy," they often think of something one leaves behind. What if you were living your legacy now? What if your vision for the future was evident in everything you do every day?
The Legacy Leadership Competency Inventory (LLCI) is a philosophy, model, and proven process for developing leaders, establishing leadership culture, and positively impacting the bottom line. The assessment, available in online and print formats, evaluates leader strengths and weaknesses based on "The Five Best Practices" of the "being" and "doing" of leadership.
With the optional workshop, learners will:
- Understand that legacy is created by leaders,
- Learn the Five Best Practices Model and the associated 10 Critical Success Skills,
- Identify their top three strengths and challenges in each of the five best practices,
- Discover how to shift one's thinking to serve others first then oneself,
- Develop an action plan for becoming a "Legacy Leader".
The Legacy Leadership Competency Inventory (LLCI) is a comprehensive training package, including a self-assessment, online multi-rater assessment, workbook, and one-day workshop. The self and multi-rater assessments evaluate leader strengths and weaknesses based on "The Five Best Practices" of the "being" and "doing" of leadership:
- Holder of vision and values
- Creator of collaboration and innovation
- Influencer of inspiration and leadership
- Advocator of differences and community
- Calibrator of responsibility and accountability
What makes the LLCI different from other programs is that it offers a compelling set of leadership practices designed to perpetuate a cycle of leadership development. It delivers a comprehensive framework of practices, behaviors, attitudes, and values that address every aspect of successful leadership - regardless of the industry, amount of experience, or organizational role.
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