Personal Leadership Effectiveness™

A consortium: An association of two or more individuals or organizations with the objective of participating in a common activity or pooling their resources for achieving a common goal.

Personal Leadership Effectiveness is defined as the skill of leading and governing oneself to reach one’s full potential.

Every leader (and organization) has a Personal Leadership Effectiveness™  factor (or PLE™) that influences overall performance, productivity,  and team efficiency. This factor is the DNA of character and behavior that determines and directs Attitudes, Beliefs and Commitments. These three areas are determined by measuring 10 Core Leadership Competencies.

  1. Attitudes are measured in terms of an individual’s (1) personal discipline and (2) self-image; in short, how they feel about themselves and how that influences their performance.
  2. Beliefs are measured in terms of an individual’s (3) positive attitude, whether they’re (4) principle-driven, or whether they (5) believe in and support the mission.
  3. Commitments are measured in terms of an individual’s focus on (6) life-balance, whether they (7) value relationships, their focus on (8) personal growth, whether they’re (9) change-adaptive, or their ability to (10) persevere.

Executive and Senior Management Assessment involves a series of multiple interactions to identify both personal and professional leadership gaps that, when combined, create personal and organizational dysfunctions.  

Organizational Assessment is based upon a clear understanding of the fundamental principle of Organizational Management, which is that ‘function follows form’.   In short, the way it’s constructed determines the way it’s going to function, both in terms of communication and culture.