Evolution and Model
The Diamond Power Index® (DPI) is a scientifically valid instrument that has been normed by more than 500 leaders from 62 unique organizations, spanning 12 different countries
It measures the impact leaders have on those around them and how effectively they are able to inspire, empower, and achieve results.
The DPI® guides leaders on a journey of self-development, and provides actionable insights for motivating, influencing, and inspiring the people around them.
DPI®’s framework looks at three aspects of power:
- Personal Power: The leader’s own sense of power and capacity to impact the world.
- Power Perspective: A 360° assessment that profiles a leader’s effectiveness along the critical dimensions of power and authority.
- Developmental Drive: Characteristics and capacities that support or hinder the process of personal and leadership development.
Power Intelligence® Certification can help you enhance leadership potential. The Diamond Power Index® assessment can serve as a leadership solution in your organisation. The Diamond Power Index® can be used to:
- Accelerate leader development
- Develop high potentials
- Manage transitions and succeed at the next level of leadership
- Develop effective teamwork
- Create a healthy workplace culture
Power Profile®: Identifies strengths and opportunities related to the use of positional and personal power. See a sample report here.
Team Power Profile®: This is a team- or organization-wide report that interprets overall strengths and opportunities, and targets interventions for development. See sample report here.
Power Profile® Coaching Report: This report integrates the insights from the Power Profile® to create a unique developmental pathway for each leader. See sample report here.
In the white paper, Julie Diamond Ph.D. discusses how power is used in an organization and how it has an outsized effect on the organization’s culture. But power use is a blind spot: even the most well-meaning leaders aren’t always aware of the impact they have on others. Why? Because power doesn’t only change you; it changes the people around you. For more information and case studies on how a leader can develop his use of power, click here.