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The Individual Achieving Styles Inventory (ASI) measures the behaviors that individuals characteristically use to accomplish their goals. It identifies and measures the frequency with which an individual calls upon each of the nine behaviors in the Connective Leadership Model. When taken... Read more »
The Aspirational Individual Achieving Styles™ Inventory (A-ASI) measures the behaviors that individuals aspire to use in the future to accomplish their goals. Used in conjunction with the ASI, the Aspirational ASI (A-ASI) enables individuals to compare their current goal-oriented or achieving... Read more »
The Organizational Achieving Styles Inventory (OASI) measures the achieving behaviors that an organization values and rewards. It identifies the organizational culture of any specific group or institution. Used in conjunction with the ASI (Individual), the Organizational Achieving Styles... Read more »
The Aspirational Organizational Achieving Styles Inventory (A-OASI) measures the achieving behaviors that individuals would like to see their organization value and reward in the future. That is, it measures the “aspired to” organizational culture. Used in conjunction with the OASI, the A-OASI... Read more »
The Achieving Styles™ Situational Evaluation Technique (ASSET) measures any specific task or position in terms of the Achieving Styles (e.g., goal-oriented behaviors) that are necessary for success under varying conditions. Used in conjunction with any job candidate’s individual Achieving Styles... Read more »
The Achieving Styles 360° Feedback Inventory Suite (ASI360E & ASI) consists of two related Inventories: one (ASI360E) that measures an individual’s goal-oriented behaviors, as viewed by relevant evaluators (e.g., supervisors, direct reports, colleagues, peers, clients/customers, acquaintances,... Read more »
The Aspirational Achieving Styles™ 360° Feedback Inventory Suite consists of two Inventories. One (A-ASI360E) measures the goal-oriented behaviors that relevant others/evaluators, including supervisors, direct reports, colleagues, peers, clients/customers, acquaintances would like the focal... Read more »
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