Air uses a wide range of quality assessments and tools to provide a common framework and objective language for identifying and understanding the core issues for change and improvement.
We also work with in-house assessments and can create customised self-assessment and 360° instruments.
Some of our favourites are:
- BarOn EQi™ & EQ-360°®
- BELBIN® Team Styles – team 360°
- Booth Leadership 360°
- Cultural Transformation Tools® (CTT) – self or 360°
- Enneagram – self
- FIRO-B® – self
- Global Executive Leadership Inventory (GELI) – 360°
- Hogan Reports – self
- MBTI® Step I and II – self and team
- Tilt 360™ Leadership Assessments – 360°
- Workplace Big 5 Profile™
BarOn EQi™ and EQ-360®
Both the self-assessment and multirater versions of this instrument identify the emotional intelligence of individuals. As emotional intelligence can be learned, this profile provides insights into how to enhance the emotional effectiveness of individuals and teams.
A comprehensive 360-degree assessment tool, developed by the Center for Creative Leadership, for experienced managers that measures 16 competencies critical for success, as well as five possible career derailers.
BELBIN® Team Styles
A research based, multirater tool that identifies the different team roles members take on when in a team. It includes both individual and team reports, and provides the team with knowledge on which to leverage its strengths and address gaps, weaknesses and sources of conflict. This is a simple and practical tool for exploring individual and team profiles, and is an excellent choice for professional and executive teams.
Booth Leadership 360°
A suite of senior leader 360° surveys focus on leadership skills and attributes that all leaders need to move the organisation toward positive change. Each competency is connected to one of the six steps in the Task Cycle® of leadership.
Cultural Transformation Tools® (CTT)
These assessments look at individual, team and organisational values in the context of seven levels of consciousness – Survival, Relationship, Self Esteem, Transformation, Internal Cohesion, Making a Difference and Service. It is a highly useful tool for organisations and teams seeking alignment and growth in relation to their values and work culture.
This is one of the most powerful tools for understanding ourselves. It’s model is an ancient symbol of unity and diversity, change and transformation.
It helps us explore the internal structure of our personality through nine levels of development, which essentially represent unhealthy, average and healthy versions of ourselves.
A self-assessment that looks at the expressed and wanted interpersonal drivers and needs of team members. It can also be combined with MBTI® to provide an additional dimension to understanding interpersonal behaviour.
Global Executive Leadership Inventory (GELI)
This multirater assessment explores twelve competencies considered core to today’s global executives. Developed by Professor Manfred Kets de Vries at INSEAD Business School, it taps into a database of thousands of senior leaders around the world.
The Develop and Lead series of reports represent an integrated system of scientifically-validated tools that are designed to help leaders to better manage human resource capital and retain top talent.
MBTI® Step I and II
The Myers Briggs Type Indicator® is the most widely used personality instrument in the world. Step II is ideal for senior executives as it provides greater depth and is highly effective in helping professionals understand themselves and others. In addition to being used for individuals in coaching and training, it’s a useful tool for exploring the composition of a group or team.
Tilt 360™ Leadership Assessments
The Tilt Suite of Tools can predict leadership that will create a climate for innovation and it does so with precision, accuracy and reliability. The tools are a thoroughly researched set of factors that come together to assess whether the leader has the character strengths needed for effective leadership and teams. Tilt moves beyond competencies to explore character strengths that help individuals, teams and organisations move towards balanced leadership.
Workplace Big 5 Profile™
Is based on the Five Factor Model of Personality, which includes five personality supertraits and 23 subtraits that explain the work-related behaviors that we encounter in others. Specifically written in workplace terminology, it is ideal for business applications such as succession planning, leadership, team building, career, conflict management, coaching and performance etc.