I’m excited to share that I’m now certified to administer the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) Benchmarks® 360-Degree Assessments Suite, Skillscope®, and CCL Compass™ online action planning tool.
These assessments, combined with the CCL Compass™ tool, offer a way to create a common language and consistent feedback process across all levels of an organization or team.
Here’s a snapshot of each one:
Benchmarks® for Executives™
- What it is: A 360-degree assessment designed to address specific leadership topics faced by top-level executives.
- Who it’s for: C-suite and other top-level executives.
- What it measures: 16 competencies.
Benchmarks® for Managers™
- What it is: A 360-degree assessment for middle- to upper-level managers that provides in-depth analysis of observable behaviors with feedback on strengths and weaknesses in the areas most needed for success.
- Who it’s for: Middle- to senior-level managers and executives with at least three years of managerial experience.
- What it measures: 16 leadership competencies and five possible career derailers.
Benchmarks® for Learning Agility™
- What it is: A 360-degree assessment that provides feedback on the skills most often found in successful leaders by measuring learning agility and the capacity for new skill adoption.
- Who it’s for: High-potentials, individual contributors, managers with global responsibility.
- What it measures: 11 competencies: four in learning to learn and seven in learning to lead.
Benchmarks® by Design™
- What it is: A 360-degree assessment that can be tailored to reflect the competencies important to your organization or team culture.
- Who it’s for: Any level of manager or executive.
- What it measures: Choose from a library of 90 competencies grouped in 27 areas as well as derailment factors.
- What it is: A 360-degree assessment that provides individuals with straightforward, practical feedback on job-related skills necessary for effectiveness in a management role.
- Who it’s for: Supervisors, managers, and individual contributors.
- What it measures: 15 different job-related skills.
- What it is: An online tool that analyzes, interprets, and presents assessment results in a concise way with links to supporting information and best practices.
- Who it’s for: Any individual receiving CCL assessment results.
- What it does: Helps individuals transition their results into concrete goal setting and action planning, where they can share information with others and track progress.