Leadership Assessments

We have two leadership assessments to offer: Greenleaf / Spears Model or the Modern SERVANT-Leader™ model. The details behind each follow. However, if this sounds too technical, feel free to use either for an initial assessment. They should drive similar assessments for the same individual.

Modern SERVANT-Leader™ Model: The newest assessment is based on the research by Ben Lichtenwalner, aimed at consolidating the many different servant-leadership models into one succinct, easy-to-remember and understand model. The principles used here are Selfless, Empathy, Resolute, Virtuous, Authentic, Nonpartisan, and Thorough. Two questions are used for each principle. The individual is given a score for each principle in addition to an overall result and recommended next steps.

SERVANT Leadership Acronym
Robert Greenleaf / Larry Spears 10 Characteristics of Servant Leadership

Greenleaf / Spears Model: Our original assessment, this is based on the Greenleaf model of servant-leadership, as defined by Larry Spears. It uses the 10 characteristics to assess the individual’s leadership performance. These principles include Listening, Empathy, Healing, Awareness, Persuasion, Conceptualization, Foresight, Stewardship, Commitment to the Growth of People, and Building Community. The assessment uses 18 questions to give the person an overall performance rating.

Of course, you should consider taking both! If you do, please, let me know if you felt the results aligned.