Discovery Tools and Resources

Leadership Circle Profile

The Leadership Circle Profile (LCP) is a true breakthrough among 360-degree profiles. It is the first to connect a well-researched battery of competencies with the underlying and motivating habits of thought. It reveals the relationship between patterns of action and internal assumptions that drive behavior. LCP is unique in that it reveals a leader’s Operating System: Internal assumptions (beliefs) that run behavior in both domains. This allows the manager to see how his/her inner world of thought translates into a productive or unproductive style of leadership. Ultimately, LCP increases the inner awareness that affects outward behavior.


Leadership Circle Profile Brochure (PDF)

Leadership Culture Survey

The Leadership Culture Survey delivers a powerful “litmus” test of your leadership culture. Used for your entire organization, or just a leadership team, the Leadership Culture Survey reveals valuable data: It tells you how your people view their current leadership culture, and compares that reality to the optimal culture they desire. The “gap” between data on the current culture and the desired outcome instantly reveals key opportunities for leadership development. Furthermore, the Leadership Culture Survey measures how your leadership culture compares to that of other organizations.

The Leadership Culture Survey Brochure (PDF)

Myers Briggs Type Indicator

The MBTI assessment is a catalyst for leadership team members to begin a conversation about the similarities and differences in their styles. It is the foundation on which leaders begin to understand one another in different ways and learn about their team and individual types. Without this knowledge, a team has difficulty building trust.

Diagnosing Immunity to Change

When your self-protective commitment (e.g., “I am committed to never feeling I don’t add value”) creates unwanted behaviors (e.g., micromanaging) often without your even realizing why, that self- protective commitment has you. When you make the commitment itself visible, and begin to examine its source, you begin to have it, which creates more of a chance you can do something about it. Identifying your Big Assumptions begins to help you move your self-protective commitments from a place where they have you to a place where you have them.

5 Behaviors of a Cohesive Team

This program helps leadership teams understand how, as a team, they score on the key components of The Five Behaviors model: trust, conflict, commitment, accountability, and results. Leadership team members learn to work together more efficiently and effectively and become a more cohesive team. A productive, high-functioning team creates a competitive advantage and is certainly more fun to be on.


5 Behaviors Brochure (PDF)