Leader Manager Inventory | Leadership Development | Wilson Learning Worldwide

Leader Manager Inventory

The Leader Manager Inventory is an on-line multi-rater assessment that measures a leader's capability for building an environment for employees to achieve performance with fulfilment, as perceived by the people he, or she, leads. It will help you identify the critical skills your leaders need to maximise both high performance and high satisfaction.


Research indicates that high performance is not sustainable over time unless it is accompanied by a high degree of fulfilment, in addition to a focus on performance—neither performance nor fulfilment exists in a vacuum. To implement strategy and create business results, managers must create an environment of performance with fulfilment. These skills require integrating the inspiration of leadership with the skill of management.


The Leader Manager Inventory is an insightful, research-based, multi-rater assessment designed for managers, supervisors or anyone who provides leadership to a group of people. In addition to rating themselves, leaders request feedback from their manager and direct reports. The results provide participants with personalised feedback and development planning, as well as analyses of the effectiveness of creating an environment that supports performance with fulfilment. If used for organisational research, results can be provided in both a written report and executive presentation. The learning experience can be added to The Leader Manager, a two-day leadership development programme.


The Leader Manager Inventory provides a comprehensive, skill-based measurement of the following areas:

  • Direction identifies the level at which the leader is able to communicate information about the company's direction clearly and inspirationally.
  • Goals assess how well the leader communicates goals in a manner that inspires others and leads to performance with fulfillment.
  • Feedback identifies how well the leader facilitates a shared dialogue about progress toward goals.
  • Recognition identifies the leader's ability to reinforce performance so employees feel valued.
  • Support reveals how well the leader recognises opportunities and plans proactive strategies to provide support to the work unit(s) and at connecting points.
Other Solutions That May Interest You
 The Leader Manager: Achieving Performance with Fulfilment

To learn more about this and other topics, please complete this form.

* Required Fields

I understand that by clicking submit, I agree to receive electronic communications from Wilson Learning related to the areas of primary interest I have selected above.

I agree. I do not agree.

This site uses browser cookies and pixels to enhance your browsing experience. Learn about our cookie policy here.
I grant permission to use browser cookies and pixels on this site.

Privacy | ISMS | Legal