How do you reach the level of performance you are capable of, whether as an individual leader, an executive team, or a board of directors? First, you need to identify what top performance looks like, then you need to understand where you stand, and then, if necessary, you need to create and execute a relevant development plan.
To that end, Glatt Consulting offers a number of assessments designed to create a best practice context for leadership and governance development at your credit union. Our assessments are summarized below. Click in to the assessments you find most interesting and appropriate for your organizational responsibilities.
Risk Type Compass
Leading a financial institution requires confrontation with risk, and individuals and teams have distinct predispositions when it comes to addressing risk. When individual and teams are aware of their behavioral tendencies, decision making in risk-laced situations can be confronted with that insight leading to better decisions for the benefit of the individual, other team members, the credit union, and its members. The Risk Type Compass is the assessment we utilize to capture and explore the distinguishing ways in which individuals and teams behave in risk-orientated situations.
Emotional Quotient Inventory 2.0
Leading and interacting with people requires confrontation with emotion. Individuals and teams with sound emotional and social skills will perceive and express themselves intentionally, be able to develop and maintain beneficial social and work relationships, cope with personal and work challenges, and use emotional information in an effective and meaningful ways. The Emotional Quotient Inventory 2.0 (EQ-i 2.0) is the assessment we utilize to capture and explore the the emotional intelligence skills and competencies of individuals and teams.