Be well, work well with Lederne's Core Quadrant
- 3. May 2023
Workplace well-being is business critical, because success also relies on our ability to create a work life in balance. Leaders can help foster this balance. That’s why Lederne has partnered with PFA to develop tools that strengthen leaders' skills, promoting sustainable work, employee growth, and job satisfaction. Enter the Core Quadrant (Kernekvadranten); a newly released self-assessment tool that will make leaders better understand their core characteristics, how they affect others in the workplace and how they can facilitate positive change.
The tool is based on the leadership model “Kernekvadranten” and was developed by management consultant and author Daniel Ofman. The model emphasizes the importance of identifying and balancing one's core qualities, potential pitfalls, challenges, and inspiring qualities.
It offers a unique combination of self-assessment, learning modules, and a wide range of resources to facilitate leadership development. The interactive nature of the platform encourages users to reflect on their leadership style, identify areas for growth, and track their progress over time. The clear goal was to make the tool easily accessible regardless of device and simple to understand and use. The solution is designed and developed with a flow-based approach, following the UX principle of one screen, one action.
As businesses continue to navigate the complexities of the modern workplace, the need for transparent and adaptable leadership has never been greater. The new tool based on the Kernekvadranten model is poised to become an indispensable tool for organizations looking to develop and support strong, capable leaders for the future.
To give it a try, visit Kernekvadranten at Lederne and explore this digital solution for leadership development.