The High Potential Indicator

December 3, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

The High Potential Indicator predicts how leaders will perform in complex and challenging roles.

It was developed from research conducted at the Australian School of Business, University of New South Wales, and is based on evidence from personality, leadership and neuroscience research.

This new research predicts how leaders will perform under complex, ambiguous and challenging conditions and has now been applied in both public and private sector organisations.

The HPI uses a unique on-line procedure to measure how a leader’s sensitivity to reward or threat interacts with their working memory capacity to predict their emotional reactions and behaviour.  This process identifies a leader’s tendency to act impulsively or procrastinate in a more accurate way that self-report personality instruments.

The HPI also provides a 360-degree measure of current leadership behaviours and effectiveness.

For further information please contact Michael Collins on 0409 910 100 or

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