The Four Capabilities Assessment™
The Four Capabilities Assessmentwas created by Professors Deborah Ancona and Michele Williams. It is a global instrument based on current research on leadership effectiveness and has been used collaboratively at Cornell University, INSEAD and MIT Sloan as well as numerous other global corporations. It builds on the Four Capabilities Leadership Model initially developed by professors Deborah Ancona, Thomas Malone, Wanda Orlikowski, and Peter Senge—the model emphasizes the dimensions that distinguish today’s most effective leaders.
The Navigating Trust Assessment™
The Navigating Trust Assessment includes four collaborative capabilities that reflect your action orientation in four areas that are critical for building and maintaining trust, collaboration and high performing work relationships. They are help you avoid the decline of trust, collaboration and high performance. This assessment is based on The Navigating Trust Model,created by Dr. Michele Williams, was initially developed based on research conducted at Cornell University, The MIT Sloan School of Management and The University of Iowa. The research, which focused on professionals working in a wide variety of industries, included those collaborating across different divisions or functional areas, those working on innovation teams and those working on teams with internal and/or external clients. The model emphasizes the dimensions that distinguish today’s most effective collaborators.
The Negotiators Way Assessment™
The Negotiators Way Assessment, created by Dr. Michele Williams, was developed based on over 10 year of experience teaching negotiation to working professionals, entrepreneurs, graduate students and undergraduates at The MIT Sloan School of Management, Cornell University, and The University of Iowa. It distills core competencies and relational detractors that influence your ability to negotiate effectively. The Negotiators Way Assessment builds on research relational competencies that influence collaboration, conflict and leadership. It builds on Dr. Williams’ Navigating Trust model and emphasizes dimensions that distinguish today’s most effective leaders and Negotiators.