Ken Gilbert has facilitated the Centre for Creative Leadership (USA), Executive Dimensions, Benchmarks and Skillscope proces seswith over 300 executives and other managers of private enterprise, public service and not-for-profit organisations since 1994.
Ken Gilbert is an Australia based adjunct staff member of the Centre for Creative Leadership.
Significant confidentiality guarantees underline these processes. Ken's practice emphasises the Developmental dimension of the feedback and delivers constructive developmental plans with a commitment to ongoing service and support.
Personal References are available from Chief Executives and other executives and managers who have participated in these processes.
ASSESSMENT FOR DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES OF THE CENTER FOR CREATIVE LEADERSHIP (GREENSBORO,USA )
These instruments and other products include:
BENCHMARKS FOR EXECUTIVES: A Multi-rater (360°) process for very senior Board level executives, available since 2002. Based on the work of BORMAN and BRUSH (1993), YUKL (1984) and CCL Research (1998). Three factors: leading the business, leading others, leading by personal example.
BENCHMARKS FOR MANAGERS: A Multi-rater (360°) process that assesses 16 Leadership Skills and Perspectives and enhances the Development process, especially for Executives and Senior Managers. (This instrument is built on the research conducted on Executive Development by McCall, Lombardo and Morrison).
SKILLSCOPE: A Multi-rater (360°) process that assesses management skills and qualities and enhances the Development process, for Managers and Supervisors at all levels. (This instrument is based on the work of Mintzberg, Stewart, Sayles, Kotter, McCall and Kaplan) (For both Benchmarks and Skillscope Individual and Group Reports are available)
These processes assisted by the following self-report instruments:
The "MYERS-BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR" (MBTI)
The "FUNDAMENTAL INTERPERSONAL RELATION ORIENTATION SURVEY" (FIRO-B)
The "LEARNING TACTICS INVENTORY" This instrument is designed to help a manager understand how he/she learns: to be used as a guide in helping a manager expand the variety of ways in which he/she learns.
"CAREER ANCHORS" (Ed Schein )