KDVI offers a family of innovative psychometrically validated 360° feedback instruments which provide a systematic approach to assessing leadership and organisational effectiveness. Our research centres on the rigorous development and validation of our instruments.
"The GELM for measuring global executive leadership"
This blog entry presents The Global Executive Leadership Mirror (GELM) is a new 360° leadership assessment designed to measure specific leadership behaviors in global executives.
INSEAD Knowledge, Oct 2014
"Development, design and validation of the LAQ"
This article describes the development, design and validation of the Leadership Archetype Questionnaire (LAQ™), a 360° survey instrument designed to help organisational leaders to identify their leadership style in teams.
International Journal of Human Resource Management, Dec 2010
"The key roles that leaders play"
In this article, a number of leadership archetypes, or roles, and ways of leading in a complex organisational environment are explored.
Organizational Dynamics, Aug 2008
"Design, development & validation of the PA"
This article describes the design and psychometric properties of the PA, a 360° feedback instrument designed to assess seven personality dimensions important in human behavior and to determine blind spots.
International Journal of Human Resource Management, May 2006
Designed and authored by Manfred Kets de Vries - the Raoul de Vitry d'Avaucourt Chaired Professor of Leadership Development at INSEAD - The Global Executive Leadership Inventory (GELI) is an in-depth leadership development tool for coaching human resource and training professionals who want to invest in programs that improve individual, team, and organizational performance.
Pfeiffer, Jan 2005
"Design, development & validation of the GELI"
This article describes the design of Global Leadership Life Inventory, a 360° leadership feedback instrument. This instrument is presently used in executive programs to help identify the operational mode of individual executives.
International Journal of Human Resource Management, Nov 2004