Rather than relying on static 'tick box' surveys, our approach is to gather face-to-face feedback which captures the impact of leadership behaviour. Feedback is obtained by conducting a series of short interviews with the people who are directly impacted by the manager. Firstly, the interviewees will be asked to respond to 5 questions: What does your manager do well; what are their strengths? What does your manager need to improve on; what are their potential weaknesses? As a part of personal development, how could your manager approach things differently? If you had one piece of advice for your manager, what would it be? In your view, what would be the outward, visible signs of change? Describe what success would look like. Feedback is assembled into patterns and combined (without authorship) in a report. This can also be linked with appropriate profiling tools such as the Myers Briggs Type Indicator or Insights Discovery. Myers Briggs Type Indicator: The results of this questionnaire provide an indication of what your personality type may be. Click here for more information. Insights Discovery: This personal profile offers a framework for development and self-understanding. Click here for more information.