Management Practices Inventory II

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Appropriate For New Applicants
Comprehensiveness Intermediate
Administration Time - 30 min
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Language English
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This Popular 360° Management and Leadership Skills Assessment has just been completely updated for the 21st Century!

The new MPI II is a complete assessment and feedback system that has been specially designed to evaluate the behaviors and skills your key employees need to lead the work force of the 21st century. This terrific 48 item assessment instrument assesses 12 modern leadership behavior and skills dimensions, provides constructive performance development feedback to executives, mangers, supervisors and other leaders and it also provides them with the information they need to construct a results-producing personal development plan.

Key behavior and skills areas measured by the MPI II include:

• Leading & Influencing
• Facilitating Teams
• Managing Diversity
• Managing Change
• Envisioning
• Coaching and Mentoring
• Coordinating Activities
• Managing Projects
• Communicating
• Ethical Behavior
• Continuous Improvement
• Solving Problems

The MPI II requires only 20 minutes to complete and is easy to administer, score and interpret. Suitable for managers and other leaders at all organizational levels. Excellent for training needs analysis, performance coaching, career counseling and development and for improving performance related communication among all levels of employees.

You receive coded, online access to a complete set of masters for the reproduction of participant booklets, plus facilitator's guide with administration and scoring guidelines. One-location licensing is provided for a 5 year period.

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