Thank you for completing the free OLA Quick Look. In this assessment report you will find the following information on your assessment of your organization:
|I.||Your organization’s overall health level|
|II.||Your organization’s levels on each of the six disciplines|
|III.||A description of each of the six disciplines ranked in order (highest to lowest) for your organization|
|IV.||A description of your organization based on its overall health level|
|V.||A planning worksheet for organizational improvement|
Please realize that this assessment report is based only on your individual responses and reflects only the results coming from that single assessment. When you use the full OLA in your organization, you will collect input from everyone in the organization (Top Leaders, Managers and the Workforce) to get a comprehensive view of your organization’s health described in a expansive 26-page diagnostic report.
=>1. Value People
By listening receptively, serving the needs of others first and trusting in people
=>2. Display Authenticity
By integrity and trust, openness and accountibility and a willingness to learn from othres
=>3. Build Community
By building strong relationships, working collaboratively and valuing individual differences
=>4. Share Leadership
By creating a shared vision and sharing decision-making power, status and privilege at all levels in the organization
=>5. Provide Leadership
By envisioning the future, taking initiative and clarifying goals
=>6. Develop People
By providing opportunities for learning, modeling appropriate behavior and building up others through encouragement
The Organizational Leadership Assessment (OLA) measures six characteristics of organizational and leadership practice that are critical to optimal organizational health and determine an oragnization's Health Level. These six areas characterize organizations that provide authentic and shared leadership, empowered workers and a community of people who work effectively together to fulfill the organization's mission. The six characteristics are listed and expanded below.
After reviewing the information in this report, follow the directions below to begin a plan for improving your organization’s health.
A. What parts of the Organizational Health Description ring true for your organization?
B. Based on this information, list possible improvement areas for each of the six disciplines
C. List here 3-5 priority improvement ideas for your organization