People from every continent, of all ages and at all levels in organizations have completed the assessment. The data below are the "grand totals" for almost 3000 people completing the assessment.
1. The "Enabling" scores tend to be lowest, and the "Energizing" scores highest.
2. In the "Envisioning" area, a better understanding of our strategic choices and our numerical goals would help.
3. For "Enabling", we apparently tend to be a little short of tools, training, finances, the right people etc. And handling complexity is an issue
4. Under "Empowerment", the lowest score on this assessment (and in fact on others that Mick has done commerically) is on the the lack of agreed personal development plans. And look out for everyone in the organization having shared values.
5. For "Energizing", it is perhaps not surprising that we tend to see ourselves as optimistic, believers in diversity, and good communicators - but maybe our teams could help each other even more?
|1. We have a clear understanding of our organization's mission.||4.04|
|2. We have a clear understanding of our organization's strategic choices.||3.39|
|3. We have a clear understanding of our organization's numerical goals.||3.51|
|4. We have a clear view of the time frame to achieve our goals.||3.71|
|5. We have a clear understanding of our organization's competitive advantage.||3.63|
|6. We have a clear understanding of our organization's challenges.||3.82|
|7. We have a clear understanding of our organization's next twelve months priorities.||3.50|
|1. The team has identified the right tools to meet our goals.||3.44|
|2. The team has identified enough tools to meet our goals.||3.30|
|3. The team has identified the right organization structure to meet our goals.||3.39|
|4. The team has identified the right people in place to meet our goals.||3.40|
|5. The team has identified the right training to meet our goals.||3.30|
|6. The team has identified the right financial resources to meet our goals.||3.32|
|7. The team has identified the right information system to meet our goals.||3.37|
|8. Everyone in the team can handle the complexity of the job.||3.34|
|1. Everyone in the organization has shared values.||3.38|
|2. The team is operating as an interdependent group.||3.44|
|3. We have identified and clarified roles and responsibilities for everyone in the team.||3.56|
|4. We all have space to innovate.||3.53|
|5. We all have clear personal objectives.||3.55|
|6. All team members have agreed personal development plans.||3.16|
|1. I am open with both praise and constructive criticism.||4.12|
|2. I make decisions in a timely manner.||3.94|
|3. I thrive in uncertain circumstances.||3.63|
|4. I appreciate the value of diversity.||4.23|
|5. I feel optimistic about the future.||4.03|
|6. I provide clear and consistent communication at all levels.||3.81|
|7. I provide timely feedback on changes to the plan.||3.81|
|8. The team helps each other constructively deal with differences.||3.57|
|9. Everyone in the team supports the final decision, even if it was not his / her idea.||3.66|
We have also run a simple correlation of "senior" and "junior" managers, self described from the on line demographic questions. You will note the statistically higher scores pretty much across the range for more senior managers, although the "shape" of the 4E's curve is almost identical. Perhaps not a surprise!