"Goal Evaluation and Matrix Analysis Leadership 360"

GEMA™-Lead360 is an individualized assessment coupled with the LifePsych® Coaching process leading to the creation of Radical Teaming behavior, functional Boards, C-Suite collaboration and positive organizational change. 

This Assessment Tool and Leadership Development Guide integrates a collaborative organizational vision with a practical behavioral solution.  

As a repeated measures device, it provides a method for detecting behavioral movements in personal and team functioning and will encourage the positive creation of:

 

 

Radical Teaming

 

Defined

 

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Positive

 

Employee

 

Engagement

 

with the

 

 

LifePsych®Process

 

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GEMA™-Lead360 will:

Grow a High-Performance Team:

          A high-performance team is one that authentically values and continuously encourages:

GEMA™-Lead360 is a tool that will move your entire team dynamic toward:

             

 

Eliminate

 

Harassing,

 

Bullying,

 

and

 

Selfish

 

Behavior

 

in the

 

Workplace

 

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Begin with a honest and FREE    "self-analysis"

 

 

Evaluate the behavior of others.

 

 

Track Progress

 

 

For a complete and credible "Self" or "Group" analysis go to Contact and arrange a 360 review with a Scores Booklet guided by the Leadership Development Guide.

 

Studies and special features:

Reliability Studies
Case Study Results
Special Features  and  "The Matrix"

"Two Points of a LIne"

Consequences of Goal Choice

Excepts from the Consulting Manual
Construct Validity Studies
   Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
   Millon Index of Personality Styles (MIPS)
   Sixteen Personality Factors (16PF)

 

 

 

Innovation

 

Emerges

 

from

 

Collaboration

 

without

 

Consensus

 

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Change Emerges from Conflict

 

"Connection" Creates Conflict

 

Promote Employee Engagement

 

Encourage Self-organizing Teams

 

Promote the "Collective Genius"

                                of  the Group

 

 

                Links of Interest:

Selection

Development