Toxic Leadership Scale

The Toxic Leadership Scale was developed in order to better study behaviors that make effective leaders. This scale can be used with both qualitative and quantitative methodologies and is different from other leadership constructs or scales in that it can significantly predict employee outcomes such as job satisfaction and satisfaction with the supervisor. Author Andrew

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Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire (MLQ)

The Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire (MLQ) evaluates three different leadership styles: Transformational, Transactional, and Passive-Avoidant.  It allows individuals to measure how they perceive themselves with regard to specific leadership behaviors (using the Leader/Self form), but the heart of the MLQ comes in the rater/other feedback that is enabled with the Rater form.  The MLQ was designed

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Leadership Skills Profile (LSP)

The Leadership Skills Profile identifies which individual’s have the best leadership qualities.  Each organization can use this model due to the customizable format for their specific interest. Participants are asked to respond to 352 items using a 5-point scale (“Strongly Disagree” to “Strongly Disagree”).  Approximately 40 minutes is necessary for completion.  Administration can be done

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Leadership Skills Inventory – Karnes (LSI – Karnes)

The Leadership Skills Inventory – Karnes is one of several instruments that measure an individual’s abilities in the area of leadership. Nine domains are used in the LSI assessing strengths and weaknesses related to leadership. Participants are asked to answer a series of competency statement and then several items using 4-point scale (“Almost Always” to

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Leadership Skills Inventory (LSI)

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

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Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI)

The Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI) is a 30 item questionnaire containing five subscales for each of The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership. Each subscale contains six questions, with a 10-point Likert response scale. The Leadership Practices Inventory exists in a “Self” and “Observer” version and takes approximately 10-20 minutes to complete. In the Leadership Practices

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Leader Competency Inventory (LCI)

The Leader Competency Inventory (LCI) is a method for measuring an individual’s use of four specific dimensions of leadership – information seeking, conceptual thinking, strategic orientation, and service orientation. Participants are asked to respond to 46 items in which the state the degree to which they have demonstrated or seen various behaviors. At most 1

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Leader Attributes Inventory (LAI)

The Leader Attributes Inventory (LAI) measures the degree to which individuals possess each of 37 attributes (characteristics, knowledge, skills, and values possessed by individuals) that predispose successful leadership performance as a leader in vocational education. The Leader Attributes Inventory (LAI) instrument comes in a Self-Rating Form and an Observer-Rating Form. Each form takes about 15

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