“Effective Leaders Outperform Ineffective Leaders Every Time.” – W.A. (Bill) Adams
Connecting Patterns of Action With Habits of Thought
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 behaviour.
Ultimately, LCP goes to the source of behaviour to get greater leverage on change. Furthermore, unlike most profiles that take hours to interpret, LCP integrates all this information in a way that brings the key issues to the surface instantly.
The data in the LCP reveals itself in seconds. At a glance, the whole gestalt is accessible – putting leaders in touch with what is working, what is not, and why! In most organisations, this treasure trove of information remains buried. The LCP makes it easily accessible while it creates a foundation on which ground breaking change can occur at a higher level and sustainable pace.
Highlighting Your Leader’s Opportunities for Development
The LCP is the only instrument that measures the two primary leadership domains – Creative Competencies and Reactive Tendencies – and integrates this information so that key opportunities for development immediately rise to the surface.
Creative Competencies are well-researched competencies measuring how you achieve results, bring out the best in others, lead with vision, enhance your own development, act with integrity and courage, and improve organisational systems.
Reactive Tendencies are leadership styles emphasising caution over creating results, self-protection over productive engagement, and aggression over building alignment. These self-limiting styles over emphasize the focus on gaining the approval of others, protecting yourself, and getting results through high control tactics.
The LCP is unique in that it reveals a leader’s Operating System: Intenral assumptions (beliefs) that run behaviour 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, the LCP insreases the inner awareness that affects outward behaviour.