Using psychometric assessments to assess leadership effectiveness

Our psychometric assessments delve deeper than simple aptitude tests and provide greater insight into an individual’s (or a whole team’s) ability and personality. They are increasingly useful for management recruitment, particularly at the interview stages and as a reflective tool for leadership development.

Leadership Assessments

We use psychometric assessments to identify strengths and potential risk areas across leadership teams. These strategic tools help to profile the leadership in an organisation with all or a combination of the following:

  • Leadership Style ILM72®

    The ILM72 assessment is a reliable psychometric measure which assesses two important elements: Adopted Leadership Style and Leadership Effectiveness in terms of Leadership Behaviour

  • Mental Toughness MTQ48®

    Mental toughness is about how effectively individuals deal with stress, pressure and challenge. It describes the mindset that every person adopts in everything they do and is closely related to qualities such as character, resilience and grit. We can measure these qualities with the MTQ.


    Learn a simple yet powerful three-step process for approaching 'the work of leaders': Creating a Vision, Gaining Alignment and Championing Execution. The profile report concludes with the leaders three strengths and three development areas, so it's a perfect coaching tool!


    This is a comprehensive 360 appraisal that provides leaders with focused, constructive and balanced feedback. Ideal as a coaching tool, the profile report concludes with the leaders three strengths and three development areas, based on the raters feedback.


    Ideal for managers who need to bring out the best in their teams. The profile focuses on the most common 'people management' activities; directing and delegating, motivating and developing others. It also includes how to manage up!

  • The Five Behaviors® of a Cohesive Team

    The Five Behaviors® Personal Development teaches you how to build a culture of teamwork at the individual level. So when teams are formed, everyone is on the same page about how to work together effectively. It's based on Patrick Lencioni’s groundbreaking model for developing cohesive teams through The Five Behaviors—Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results