Inventories: The Four Achieving Styles Inventories
The Connective Leadership Institute has developed four inventories, or instruments, for measuring Connective Leadership Profiles and the underlying Achieving Styles repertoire:
The Achieving Styles Individual Leadership Inventory (ASI):
Measures the leadership behaviors that individuals use to accomplish their goals. There are nine leadership behaviors the Individual Inventory identifies, and, when taken together, they constitute an individual's Connective Leadership Profile.
The Achieving Styles Organizational Inventory (OASI):
Measures the leadership behaviors that an organization values and rewards. Used in conjunction with the ASI, the Organizational Inventory can determine the fit between an individual's leadership behavior and the leadership behavior valued and rewarded by a particular organization.
The Achieving Styles Situational Evaluation Technique (ASSET):
Measures any specific role, task, team, or project in terms of the leadership behaviors that are necessary for success. Used in conjunction with the ASI, ASSET can aid in the selection of the appropriate individuals to participate in any particular role, task, team, or project.
The Achieving Styles 360° Feedback Inventory (ASI360):
Measures the individual Achieving Styles Profile of a focal person and the perceptions of that focal person's Achieving Styles Profile as seen by relevant peers, colleagues, direct reports, supervisors, clients/customers, acquaintances, etc. The ASI360 is useful in executive and leadership coaching, as well as in conflict management situations.