Leadership Practices Inventory
Prepared for
ANNETTE SCHMELING, RSCJ
26 December 2006
Feedback Report
Direct Reports:
Ricar...
Model the Way
• Find your voice by clarifying your personal values
• Set the example by aligning actions with shared value...
Challenge the Process
• Search for opportunities by seeking innovative ways to change, grow, and improve
• Experiment and ...
Encourage the Heart
• Recognize contributions by showing appreciation for individual excellence
• Celebrate the values and...
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Leadership Practices Inventory 2006

  1. 1. Leadership Practices Inventory Prepared for ANNETTE SCHMELING, RSCJ 26 December 2006 Feedback Report Direct Reports: Ricardo Ariza, Director of Multicultural Affairs James Bretl, Director of Career Services Michael Kelley, Director of Counsleing Services Kathleen McCabe, Director of Peer Education Debra Saure, Director of Student Health Services Susan Selde, Academic Success Specialist Creighton University SECTION 1: This section shows the average scores for each of the six leadership behaviors related to the five Practices. The rating scale runs from 1 to 10The rating scale runs from 1 to 10 1 = Almost Never 6 = Sometimes 2 = Rarely 7 = Fairly Often 3 = Seldom 8 = Usually 4 = Once in a While 9 = Very Frequently 5 = Occasionally 10 = Almost Always
  2. 2. Model the Way • Find your voice by clarifying your personal values • Set the example by aligning actions with shared values Direct Reports 1. Sets a personal example of what is expected. 9.5 6. Makes certain that people adhere to agreed-on standards. 9.0 11. Follows through on promises and commitments. 9.2 16. Asks for feedback on how her actions affect peopleʼs performance. 9.0 21. Builds consensus around organizationʼs values. 9.0 26. Is clear about her philosophy of leadership 9.3 Inspire a Shared Vision • Envision the future by imaging exciting and ennobling possibilities • Enlist others in a common vision by appealing to shared aspirations Direct Reports 2. Talks about future trends influencing our work. 8.8 7. Describes a compelling image of the future. 9.0 12. Appeals to others to share dream of the future. 9.0 17. Shows others how their interests can be realized. 9.0 22. Paints “big picture” of group aspirations. 8.8 27. Speaks with conviction about making meaning of work. 9.0
  3. 3. Challenge the Process • Search for opportunities by seeking innovative ways to change, grow, and improve • Experiment and take risks by constantly generating small wins and learning from mistakes. Direct Reports 3. Seeks challenging opportunities to test skills. 9.0 8. Challenges people to try new approaches. 6.5 13. Searches outside organization for innovative ways to improve. 6.5 18. Asks “What can we learn?” 9.0 23. Makes certain that goals, plans, and milestones are set. 6.5 28. Experiments and takes risks. 6.6 Enable Others to Act • Foster collaboration by promoting cooperative goals and building trust • Strengthen others by sharing power and discretion Direct Reports 4. Develops cooperative relationships. 9.5 9. Actively listens to diverse points of view. 10.0 14. Treats people with dignity and respect. 9.5 19. Supports decisions other people make. 9.0 24. Gives people choice about how to do their work. 8.0 29. Ensures that people grow in their jobs. 6.5
  4. 4. Encourage the Heart • Recognize contributions by showing appreciation for individual excellence • Celebrate the values and victories by creating a spirit of community Direct Reports 5. Praises people for a job well done. 9.5 10. Expresses confidence in peopleʼs abilities. 9.5 15. Creatively rewards people for their contributions. 4.5 20. Recognizes people for commitment to shared values. 6.5 25. Finds ways to celebrate accomplishments. 7.0 30. Gives team members appreciation and support. 9.5 SECTION 2: The Five Practices Data Summary This page summarizes the LPI scores for each practice. The Self column shows the total of personal rating of responses to the six statements about each Practice. The Direct Report column shows the average of all Direct Reportsʼ rating. Scores can range from 6 to 60. Self Direct Reports Model the Way 48.0 55.0 Inspire a Shared Vision 46.0 56.7 Challenge the Process 47.0 53.7 Enable Others to Act 51.0 55.7 Encourage the Heart 44.0 54.3

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