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Individuals with highly effective leadership skills can be of great benefit to their organizations by increasing the wellbeing and productivity of their employees. The DLPQ was developed by examining the common personality traits observed in the three most common leadership styles (transformational, transactional, and passive leadership) and the predominant traits responsible for self-leadership.
Research highlights the fact that leaders who use a transformational leadership style can positively influence employees' happiness, motivation, and health, which in turn has a positive effect on performance and productivity. Healthy leadership combined with a solid wellness program can optimize the value of what the wellness program brings. It was found that over two thirds of employers offer wellness programs to their employees. While such programs further help employees, a wellness culture maintained through efficient leadership is necessary to ensure that employees make the most out of the programs offered by their organization.
The benefits of effective leadership go beyond wellness and productivity. A higher level of leadership was associated with a lower proportion of workplace conflicts. Such trends are also found in relation to employee turnover. Studies found that leaders using a transformational approach had lower turnover, while leaders using a transactional or passive approach had higher turnover, mostly due to employees' dissatisfaction towards management.
Experts estimate that 80% of employee turnover is a result of the environment created by managers, while only 20% is due to other causes related to the company's culture.
Transformational leaders work as equals with their followers to identify needed change, to create a vision guiding the change through inspiration, and to execute the change in tandem with committed members of the group. Transactional leaders prefer to use a more directive approach, using rewards and punishments in order to achieve compliance from followers. Transformational leaders look towards changing the future to inspire followers and accomplish goals, whereas transactional leaders prefer maintaining the status quo. Passive leaders tend to not provide leadership to others, showing a preference for letting the followers decide for themselves. Lastly, self-leadership focuses on the ability to be a leader to yourself through various methods, such as rewarding yourself, being critical of yourself, and setting goals for yourself.
Studies show that the global market for online assessment steadily grows over the years, predominantly to recruit and develop key employees.
The usage of psychometric assessments has gained considerable popularity over the years in the HR process, mostly due to their versatility, efficiency, and affordability. Several companies have also started using psychometric assessments due to their numerous benefits, such as:
The Leadership Personality Questionnaire costs 4 tokens per candidate. Please visit our pricing page for more information.
Questionnaires assessing personality features are not timed and the questions are easily answered using a "Strongly Disagree" to "Strongly Agree" scale. Although there is no time limit, we suggest test takers choose their answers based on their first instinct and do not over-think their answer.
All our tests are offered in English, and most of them have an official translation in French. Please contact us if you would like a translated version of our tests.
Yes, it is. However, instant feedback reports will not be available if you choose this option, as enough people from your group need to be tested to develop comparative norms before being able to provide any results (a minimum of 100 employees is strongly recommended). Please contact us to learn more about this option.