Management & Leadership

Determine if your candidates’ possess the leadership ability and management style to best fit your company by using one of these assessments.

DeMoulin Leadership Development Series (DLDS)

The DeMoulin Leadership Development Series (DLDS) is a battery of brief tests designed to provide a wide-ranging assessment of managerial and leadership skills. Because of its developmental nature, the DLDS is particularly well-suited for identifying potential managers within an organization, coaching, executive training courses, and management development programs. The DLDS measures: Management Style, Leadership Potential, and Leadership Skills (Decision-Making, Delegating, Communicating, Listening, Managing Time, and Implementing).

Leadership Opinion Questionnaire (LOQ)

The Leadership Opinion Questionnaire (LOQ) is a self-assessment tool for managers that provide insight into how they relate to their supervisees on consideration and structure, two dimensions critical for organizational and managerial behavior. Consideration is the extent to which a manager has relationships with subordinates characterized by mutual trust, respect, and two-way communication while structure is the degree to which a manager defines and structures his or her own role and those of subordinates toward goal attainment.

Management and Leadership Questionnaire (MLQ30)

The Management and Leadership Questionnaire (MLQ30) provide critical information about an individual’s management and leadership competencies and skills. Based upon the MLQ30 Competency Model, candidates rate their current performance on 5-point Likert scales. Comprised of 192 statements, the MLQ30 can be completed in less than 30 minutes. It is effective in identifying an individual’s strengths and developmental needs and can be used for selection as well as development. The MLQ30 measures: Strategic and Creative Thinking, Leading and Deciding, Developing and Changing, Implementing and Improving, Communicating and Presenting, and Relating and Supporting.

Office Management

The Office Management test measures the candidate's ability to manage a business office. Designed for experienced professionals, this test covers the following topics: Interpersonal Communication, Administration, Organization, Clerical, Technology, Human Resources, Finance, Training and Development, and Facility Management.

Restaurant Manager Assessment Report

Restaurant Manager Assessment Report is designed to help select candidates for food service management positions. It has been specifically developed to assist in the identification of individuals who are well-suited for roles in food service management. The Restaurant Manager Assessment assesses the following dimensions: Extroversion, Teamwork, Customer Service Orientation, Optimism, Openness to Change, Conscientiousness, Orderliness, Emotional Stability/Resilience, Assertive Leadership, Task Structuring, Managerial Human Relations, Intrinsic Motivation, Long Tenure Potential, Integrity, Work Drive, and Overall Cognitive Ability.

Supervisory & Management Simulations

Management Skills is an industry-validated and video-delivered soft skills assessment program. SMS measures the competencies required by employers of first-line leaders and managers in an office environment. The program identifies both the current competencies and the developmental needs of individuals. When skill development is suggested, strategies are identified to support the attainment of those skills. Because of its validity, SMS is used in support of hiring and promotion decisions. SMS measures the following broad skill sets: Team Building, Situational Style of Interaction, Influence, Initiative, and Analysis and Problem Solving.

Supervisory Skills is an industry-validated and video-delivered soft skills assessment program. SMP measures the competencies required by employers of first-line leaders and managers in a 'blue collar' environment. The program identifies both the current competencies and the developmental needs of individuals. When skill development is suggested, strategies are identified to support the attainment of those skills. Because of its validity, SMP is used in support of hiring and promotion decisions. SMP measures the following broad skill sets: Team Building, Situational Style of Interaction, Influence, Initiative, and Analysis and Problem Solving.

Additional Assessments Available: Change Management, Hallmarks of Excellence® in Leadership, Management Team Role-Indicator (MTR-I), Professional Employment Test, etc.

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