The LPI is a brief questionnaire with thirty behavioral statements — six for each of The Five Exemplary Practices® of leadership. It takes about 10 to 20 minutes to complete. Leaders complete the LPI-Self, rating themselves on the frequency with which they think they engage in each of the thirty leadership behaviors. Five to ten (or more) other people, typically selected by the leaders, complete the LPI-Observer questionnaire, rating the leaders on the frequency with which they think they engage in each leadership behavior. Respondents can indicate their relationship to the leader: manager, co-worker or peer, direct report, or other observer. With the exception of the leader’s manager, all the observers’ feedback is anonymous.
The LPI gives you a great deal of meaningful data, including a report on how you rank against more than 250,000 leaders around the world. Over 350 doctoral dissertations have been written using the LPI. It is the most validated and researched leadership 360 on the planet.
Do you qualify for a free LPI assessment? If you can answer YES to all of these questions, you qualify:
- Does your organization have offices in the United States?
- Do you have 30 or more staff members?
- Are you, or the person you are nominating to take the assessment, either a senior manager or responsible for learning and development in your organization?
- Do you have a valid, organization specific e-mail address? (gmail, hotmail, etc. are not accepted)
If you have answered yes to all of the above questions, then you qualify for a free assessment. You also qualify for a free professional debrief with your assessment, worth $350 in value. Please fill out your basic details below and we will contact you with next step instructions and links to easily and immediately take your free assessment.