LEADERSHIP SKILLS INVENTORY

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LEADERSHIP SKILLS INVENTORY

• Once you have identified management candidates, assess their business operation
and leadership skil s.

• The needs of the position as defined in the business plan or job description will focus
your attention on specific abilities.

• Build a skil development plan for each candidate ‐ a plan that prescribes areas of
improvement and identifies methodology.

• A development plan is a detailed action agreement in which the candidate is
accountable for improving skil s.

• Share your business philosophy, ethics, and vision at the outset, and observe work
habits and interactions with other employees, customers, and vendors.

This chart may help in the evaluation process. Consider each candidate and identify
individual strengths. Each low level skil can be included in a candidate’s development
plan.

BUSINESS OPERATIONS SKILLS














1‐low, 5‐high
Recognizes potential problems and attempts to troubleshoot.




Develops and demonstrates good safety habits.





Performs well at al duties and responsibilities.





Exhibits patience and clarity in training others.





Completes outside training to improve job skills.





Demonstrates good use of computer/electronic tools and processes.



Utilizes good business systems/processes.






Understands business plan and can implement accordingly.




Utilizes excel ent financial management skil s







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Can plan and budget for business growth/development.




Innovates to improve business systems/processes.





Understands particular industry.







Judiciously utilizes limited resources.








LEADERSHIP SKILLS
















1‐low, 5‐high
Promotes a sense of team.








Promotes a positive working environment.






Recognizes potential areas of conflict and initiates mitigation.




Understands and demonstrates a dedication to quality.




Performs as an integral part of a team.






Demonstrates good business etiquette with others
(internal and external customers).







Utilizes good people development skills.






Maintains confidentiality as appropriate.






Deals objectively with employee interaction.






Delegates with clear responsibility and holds others accountable.



Mentors others in leadership development.






Works as if success depends on his/her actions.





Develops good relationships w/employees, customers, etc.





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