Discover your leadership score Take the test to measure your leadership strengths. Then review your personalised report for tips and techniques to level-up your leadership superpowers. Step 1 Take the 6 minute test Step 2 Receive your personalised 13 page report Leadership test This leadership scorecard is a gift that allows you to assess your leadership strengths, or the strengths of leaders within your organisation. Step 1 of 3 - About you 33% Privacy: We collect some information about you for the purpose of completing the assessment and sending you your personalised report. We will also email you (fairly infrequently) with free updates and resources, but you can unsubscribe easily at any time.Your first name*Your last name*Your email address* Your assessment report will be emailed to you after you complete the questionnaire.Your role*e.g. Manager, Director, Team leader, Officer, etcCompleted date Welcome! Before we begin: This assessment tool was not designed to be a competition.We are all on a leadership journey, we all have our strengths and limitations. Great leaders can admit their limitations and focus on self-improvement. It's hard to be honest with ourselves, but the more honest you can be, the more you lean into that discomfort, the more valuable this tool will be to you.Don't sweat any of the questions, the first responses that occur to you are usually the best. If taking this test on behalf of a group of leaders within your organisation, give responses that you feel reflects the average performance of the group. I usually find communicating clearly and concisely easy*Strongly disagreeDisagreeNeutralAgreeStrongly agreeConsider how people react when you are trying to explain complex concepts to them. Does it take multiple tries? Do they seem satisfied? Do they demonstrate their understanding? Do they get frustrated?I am able to talk/present to wide-ranging stakeholders groups and get them onboard to align resources behind my mission*Strongly disagree or N/ADisagreeNeutralAgreeStrongly agreeThis question relates to forming partnerships with stakeholders who need to assign staff or dollars to support what you are trying to achieve together. N/A means you don't have experience with this.When pitching and negotiating ideas with stakeholders, I present my goal, but also how what I'm doing aligns with their goals.*Strongly disagree or N/ADisagreeNeutralAgreeStrongly agree N/A means you don't have experience with this.I reference values, principles or objectives from strategic documents when pitching ideas and negotiating*Almost neverRarelySometimesWith many stakeholdersWith most stakeholdersI can confidently say I deliver good, timely outcomes for customers and the business*Strongly disagreeDisagreeNeutralAgreeStrongly agreeMy team regularly talks about team goals, and help each other out to achieve them*Strongly disagreeDisagreeNeutralAgreeStrongly agreeWhen I speak with my supervisor/stakeholders, I focus this much of the conversation on the problems they are trying to solve*0%10%30%50%70%Consider that we often spend more time talking about solutions and ideas than the problems that need to be solved, and the outcomes stakeholders are looking for. Consider a couple of recent conversations, and be honest.I am aware of cognitive biases, when they're likely affecting me and how to reduce their impact on my decision making*Strongly disagreeDisagreeNeutralAgreeStrongly agree I see the positive possibilities in difficult situations*Almost neverRarelySometimesOftenAlmost alwaysThere are pressured times but I am generally relaxed at work*Almost neverRarelySometimesOftenAlmost alwaysThere are pressured times but my team members are generally relaxed at work*Almost neverRarelySometimesOftenAlmost alwaysMy nerves when speaking in front of groups or presenting to boards impacts my ability to perform*Almost alwaysOftenSometimesRarelyAlmost neverI have positive and productive relationships almost all of my stakeholders and teams I need to work with.*Strongly disagreeDisagreeNeutralAgreeStrongly agreeConsider that positive and productive doesn't mean you like them personally, just that you can generally request something small of them without arguments or pain ensuing. If you avoid certain stakeholders you really should be working with, this counts as unproductive.I need an unscheduled "mental health" day from time to time*Once a monthEvery couple of monthsOnce a quarterEvery 6 monthsRarelyThe answer to this question can mean a number of things, but is collected as it can be indicative in combination with other responses.I jump at the opportunity to learn something new*Almost neverRarelySometimesOftenAlmost alwaysI progress good ideas within my delegation (and investigate good ideas outside my delegation before escalating them for permission)*Almost neverRarelySometimesOftenAlmost alwaysConsider: Do you take the initiative to progress good ideas? Or do you wait to be asked, or until you've confirmed permission?I reflect on what happens at work to determine how I should act in future*Almost neverRarelySometimesOftenRegularlyI have enough confidence, but I remain humble when interacting with others*Strongly disagreeDisagreeNeutralAgreeStrongly agreeConsider that you feel confident in most situations, however you don't come across as arrogant. You're open to considering other's input and suggestions and treat people with respect. This iframe contains the logic required to handle AJAX powered Gravity Forms.