- Selection for managerial positions
- Promoting employees to manager positions
- Development programs
- Succession planning
Lack of leadership:
- Laissez-faire – Passive leadership style where the leader has a hands-off approach to management, behaves as if nothing depends on him, avoids responsibility and allows subordinates to make the important decisions.
- Problem intervention - a tendency to transfer responsibility for mistakes or failures to subordinates.
- Control-oriented approach - focusing on the control for compliance with procedures, rules, technological processes, etc.
- Use of rewards- by achieving goals, employees receive additional remuneration/ monetary compensation.
- Motivating through inspiring vision - developing and communicating a vision for the future that motivates employees to perform/ carry out their duties to the best of their ability.
- Being a role model - flawless behavior in both ethical and professional terms. The leader acts as a strong role model for their organization and leads by example.
- Intellectual stimulation – the ability to enhance creativity, innovative thinking, critical judgment, and analytical skills of followers.
- Individual approach and development - true willingness to support and develop employees.
What does LSA consist of?
The LSA contains 8 problematic situations in which the respondent is placed in the role of a leader who has to make an important decision. For each situation, there are 8 possible reactions that are suggested, corresponding to the FRML leadership styles.
Why should you choose LSA?
- Identifies current and future leaders who will be effective in their position
- Highlights areas for leadership development
- Provides information on the possession of qualities that contribute to the long-term success of the company
The test is administered through Assessia and takes about 30 minutes.