Aspiring Leaders Profile 360°

Source: Leadership Development Centre

The Aspiring Leaders Profile 360° (ALP360°) assessment provides feedback for individuals who demonstrate leadership potential but are not yet in formal leadership roles and would benefit from targeted development.

The ALP360° is a short assessment based on six capabilities derived from the Leadership Success Profile (LSP) that indicate future leadership potential. We’ve included another capability, ‘team builder’ to provide an individual with feedback about their ability to draw people together and motivate them toward a common goal.

The ALP360° includes 19 statements. Respondents, including the participant’s manager, peers and others they work with, rate the frequency they see the individual showing different behaviours. The participant also completes a self-assessment.

Each participant receives a detailed and personalised report through a coach. The feedback provides an overview of the participant’s strengths and development needs, which can inform development conversations, planning and activities. We recommend that participants discuss the ALP360° feedback with their managers and how they will use it to support the participant’s ongoing development.

Investment

LDC member agencies: $290 + GST per person
Non-members: $375 + GST per person

Find out more at info@ldc.govt.nz

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Ria McBride Public Service Management Award

Source: Leadership Development Centre

The Ria McBride Public Service Management Award is again being offered in 2019. This award valued at $15,000 is for women working in the Public Service, including those who have not previously undertaken academic studies, to develop professionally and advance to higher levels of responsibility.

Hear from last year’s recipient, Jez Tavita, Analyst at The Treasury, about what the award meant to her.

The award is offered through New Horizons for Women Trust: Hine Kahukura, a charitable trust that run an annual programme of national and regional awards supporting women in Aotearoa New Zealand to pursue education and research.

If you know a woman in your agency who wishes to study and develop, please encourage them to apply. Applications close 14 April 2019.

Find out more and apply.

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