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Leadership and Teamwork

GEMA™-Lead360  

 

Response Form and Instructions:

Instructions:   YOUR SUBJECT AND RESPONDENT CODE NAMES ARE

ASSIGNED BY THE ADMINISTRATOR

Email:  DrDavid@LifePsych.com

 

  • GEMA™-Lead360 is a "Multi-rater 360 Degree" assessment useful for evaluating teamwork and leadership behavior.
  • If you are the subject completing a Self-assessment, you must answer all the items and be as honest with yourself as you can.
  • If you are a Respondent evaluating a Subject, you must also answer all the items and be as accurate as possible, given your experience with the subject.  Your honest assessment of the subject will be the most helpful for individualized coaching and development.
  • Your responses should evaluate behavioral work patterns noted in recent months.
  • Incomplete response forms will be identified and if some responses have been omitted, you will be asked to use your browser's "BACK" button to return to the form, find your missing responses and re-submit.
Subject Code Name:
Respondent Code Name:

Cautionary Note To Respondents:
Your responses will be averaged with others in a group, unless this is a "self-assessment" or you have been designated as a "group" of one, such as the subject's "Leader."  Only GEMA™-Lead360 scoring professionals will have access to code names. If you have any questions or doubts about the confidential status of your responses, please make sure you clarify this issue with your administrator before responding.

As a subject of this assessment, your results will be shared with your coach who will help you understand the meaning of the results. Before responding, make sure you understand how this information will be used and who will have access to the results. Confidentiality is critically important to encourage open and honest responding.

 


As you respond to all of the items, try to make use of the

entire five-point scale.

 
1. Develops skills to promote meaningful work.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
2. Avoids expression of thoughts and ideas.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
3. Tells the truth.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
4. Controls for the purpose of demonstrating power over others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
5. Tries to intimidate others with excessive self-importance.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
6. Speaks well of others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
7. Actually helps others do better.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
8. Becomes more tense when pressures increase.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
9. Seeks out ways to affirm others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
10. Actually creates useful contributions.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
11.  Maneuvers others by expressing self-serving needs.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
12.  Works toward helping others do better.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
13.  Responds constructively toward ordinary work activities.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
14.  Remains relatively "happy as ever" when serious difficulties arise.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
15.  Puts self-centered interests ahead of useful effort.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
16.  Is hesitant to express thoughts and ideas.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
17.  Makes earnest efforts to nurture others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
18.  Avoids using energy for ordinary work activities.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
19.  Masterfully leads the organization into the future.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
20.  Works on own individual growth.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
21.  Acts as if "all knowing" or "all powerful."
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
22.  Leads others in creating mutual work benefit.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
23.  Appears to resist cooperating with others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
24.  Tries to be a ruler over others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
25.  Promotes the attitude for treating others as equals.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
26.  Is stubborn and inflexible.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
27.  Assertively expresses thoughts and ideas.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
28.  Participates in making useful contributions.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
29.  Would rather be successful than fail.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
30.  Dictates with a superior attitude.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
31.  Is affirming of others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
32.  Acts as if cannot relate to others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
33.  Is respectfully persuasive.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
34.  Would rather fail than succeed.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
35.  Is moody and crabby.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
36.  Initiates constructive responses toward ordinary work activities.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
37.  Intentionally works against others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
38.  Effectively guides others toward mutual work benefit.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
39.  Appears to have little energy for ordinary work activities.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
40.  Creates activity that promotes meaningful work.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
41.  Gets even; is quick to retaliate.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
42.  Expresses positive energy toward ordinary work activities.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
43.  Seems indifferent to ordinary work activities.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
44.  Makes a special effort to invest work time beyond own self-interest.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
45.  Seeks out ways to affirm others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
46.  Has a positive attitude toward ordinary work activities.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
47.  Expects favors from others but does not return favors.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
48.  Tends to express thoughts and ideas.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
49.  Appears to understand the importance of nurturing others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
50.  Seems insensitive to others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
51.  Brags about own achievements as being superior to others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
52.  Initiates friendly interactions with others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
53.  Is a positive example for treating others as equals.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
54.  Strives to respectfully persuade others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
55.  Avoids interacting with others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
56.  Appears to resist cooperating with others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
57.  Makes efforts to respond to others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
58.  Expects special treatment from others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
59.  Masterfully creates organizational visions.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
60.  Has thoughts and feelings.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
61.  Avoids ordinary work activities.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
62.  Initiates efforts in response to others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
63.  Manipulates others for own self-serving advantage.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
64.  Is involved with others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
65.  Is disconnected from others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
66.  Tries to control others with the use of criticism.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
67.  Creates special privileges for self at the expense of others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
68.  Will invest in work effort beyond own self-interest.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
69.  Tends to be critical of others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
70.  Is arrogant toward others.
Never, Almost Never
Seldom
Sometimes
Often
Always, Almost Always
71.  Have you responded honestly and accurately, to the best of your ability?
Yes
Mostly Yes
Mostly No
No
 

Please read the following brief descriptions of some leadership behaviors:

  Cooperative: Cooperates with others as equals.
  Withdrawing: Is detached from others.
  Entitled: Expects special consideration from others.
  Connecting: Communicates and listens with others.
  Dominating: Attempts to control or dominate others.
  Contributing: Leads others toward positive goals.

With the subject's behavior in mind, please respond to the following paired-comparisions by selecting the word description that best applies. If both descriptions apply equally, respond with "Both apply equally."  If neither description applies at all, respond with "Neither applies at all." Only one response per item is allowed and please respond to all of the items. 
 
Which word best applies to the subject's behavior:

1. Withdrawing
Connecting
Both apply equally
Neither applies at all
 
2. Dominating
Contributing
Both apply equally
Neither applies at all
 
3. Cooperating
Connecting
Both apply equally
Neither applies at all
 
4. Dominating
Entitled
Both apply equally
Neither applies at all
 
5. Contributing
Cooperating
Both apply equally
Neither applies at all
 
6. Connecting
Dominating
Both apply equally
Neither applies at all
 
7. Entitled
Withdrawing
Both apply equally
Neither applies at all
 
8. Connecting
Contributing
Both apply equally
Neither applies at all
 
9. Entitled
Cooperating
Both apply equally
Neither applies at all
 
10. Contributing
Withdrawing
Both apply equally
Neither applies at all
 
11. Cooperating
Dominating
Both apply equally
Neither applies at all
 
12. Entitled
Connecting
Both apply equally
Neither applies at all
 
13. Dominating
Withdrawing
Both apply equally
Neither applies at all
 
14. Contributing
Entitled
Both apply equally
Neither applies at all
 
15. Withdrawing
Cooperating
Both apply equally
Neither applies at all
     

           Narrative comments are very helpful, but not required.


Constructive comments and suggestions for improvement will be

anonymously quoted in the subject's report, as written.  

Note: Do not use the "enter" key

as that will prematurely submit the results.

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What are some developmental areas that would help this person become an even more effective teammate and leader?
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Please report any comments you may have regarding the response items or this assessment process in general. Your feedback will be used to improve this process for the future.



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