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Leadership Assessment

"So much has been written about leadership personality and style that hiring managers are in danger of neglecting the most critical factor in executives' success: intelligence."

Justin Menkes, Nov 2005, "Hiring Smart" Harvard Business Review

"Emotional intelligence (EI) more than any other asset, more than IQ or technical expertise, is the most important overall success factor in careers."

Danial Goleman, Apr 2001, The Emotionally Intelligent Workplace,

Both Justin Menkes and Daniel Goleman are recognized experts in the field of psychology, published authors and renowned for their understanding of how these elements impact business leaders. What they are not is in agreement.

At Glengarry we feel that whether you are leading the revenue generation efforts as an individual contributor on a sales team, leading that team, leading a project group, or leading the entire company you should possess a blended set of skills that are comprised of strong EQ, IQ, and tempered with the ability to handle situational stress. We believe that this is the metal that fashions an elite leader.

Our comprehensive leadership assessment evaluates intelligence in 4 main areas: Language/Verbal, Numeric/Math, Spatial/Visual and Logic/Reasoning. This test has been used by well over 1,000,000 users around the world allowing us to accurately calibrate the results based on a very broad sampling of people of all ages, cultures and educational backgrounds. In addition to giving a specific IQ score, a detailed 20 page report is generated enabling you to identify strengths and weaknesses in each of the 4 main areas of intelligence.

Our emotional intelligence (EI) test supplies an EQ score along with a detailed 20 page report ideal for evaluating entry and middle level leadership candidates all the way up to the senior executive leadership.

Finally, we complete the leadership assessment with an experiential look at your leader's ability to react "under fire". Our leadership instructors will assess how the candidate handles stress and works with their team; producing a final AAR (After Action Report) on their leadership capabilities. To learn more go to our training page and review our Ranger Teams course.

"A competent leader can get efficient service from poor troops, while on the contrary an incapable leader can demoralize the best of troops."
- General of the Armies John J. Pershing