Pūkete Arataki Manawanui 180°
Aspiring Leaders Profile 180°
The Aspiring Leaders Profile 180° (ALP 180°) assessment is based on 12 capabilities from the Leadership Success Profile (LSP) that capture your own and your manager’s perspective of your future leadership potential.
You’ll receive a personalised report you can then discuss with your manager so together plan ongoing development options. The results provide an overview of your strengths and development needs and how they align to the LSP.
- LDC member agencies: $230+ GST per person
- Non-members: $460 + GST per person
Please note, these costs are for the report only. There may be additional costs if an accredited debriefer is required.
If you plan on reviewing the feedback solely with your manager there is no requirement for an accredited debriefer to be involved. However, if a formal debriefing on your feedback is planned, then the debriefer must be accredited in the use of our assessment tools.
Completing the ALP 180°
- Once you have approval from your manager or human resources (HR), email firstname.lastname@example.org with a request for us to start the process.
- If needed, we will send you a nomination form to collect details required to set up the assessment.
- Once we have all the required information, we will email you and your manager a link to the online survey. You will both have two weeks to complete this before your report is generated.
- Usually your digital PDF report will be emailed directly to you. However, if a formal debriefing on your feedback is planned, other than with your manager, then a copy of the report will be emailed to that person and they will share it with you. Any person who debriefs you on the feedback (other than your manager) must be accredited in the use of our assessment tools. Note, in some cases your report might be emailed to an administrative assistant who is responsible for passing it on to your accredited debriefer.
Use of ALP 180° information
Aggregated information may be used for agency and system-level analysis, however, no individual is identifiable in this process. Anonymised and aggregated data may also be used to help define future leadership development.