The Leadership Skills Inventory (LSI) is designed primarily for leaders, letting them assess their own abilities in relation to a leadership model created by the author. Anderson’s model is based off of five dimensions: Self-Management Skills, Interpersonal Communication Skills, Consulting Skills for Developing Groups and Organizations, and Versatility Skills.
Participants are required to respond to a 56-item self-assessment using a 10 point scale. Response range from “this skill is new to me” to “I can perform the skill well. I can teach others, too.”
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