Greenbrier Leadership Institute Assessments
The following assessments and exercises are for use with the Principle Based Leadership program. Each exercise and assessment may be applied individually or within the context of specific programs. We recommend the user print out the exercise in hard copy format and complete all items as directed.
This self-rating enables participants to identify important areas for improving how they use delegation in supervisory, management and executive roles.
The LBI targets specific behaviors for strengthening value and results in leadership contexts.
The LSI identifies the most natural leadership style of the participant and how it may be used more effectively as well as balanced with complementing leadership behavior.
This tool is designed to assist persons in leadership positions to gain systematic and confidential feedback from peers, subordinates and those in positions above.
The TMA targets specific activities that improve effectiveness, set priorities and manage time more efficiently.
The ULQ is a self-assessment exercise for identification of primary leadership abilities that apply across most leadership positions and roles.
The Managerial Behavior Index (MBI) is a behavioral assessment of managerial skills.