The three indicators

The MPI test is performed on the three following levels.

  1. A self-indicator is an evaluation in which you score your management style.
  2. A group-indicator is an evaluation performed by a group of employees or colleagues, collectively, on your management style.
  3. A match-indicator is evaluated by the board of directors, and indicate the requirements of a particular job. The results of this is matched against a number of self-indicators. This indicator can, with advantage, be used in the recruitment phase to find the best candidate for the specific job.


Used to assess the strengths and weaknesses of your own personal management style.

Reflects your own assessment of the personal leadership.


Used to assess the surroundings' perception of your management style.

Reflects others assessment of the personal leadership.


Used to assess the required skills of the leader for the concrete job.

Reflects the board of directors expectations of the personal leadership.

The end result of each of the indicators is a score. Self-score, group-score, and match-score, respectively. The results is a graphical illustration combined with a concentrated report describing precisely your leadership. Similarly, a number of recommendations is included on how to work with and improve the leadership - depending on the differences between your own perception, the groups perception, or the board of directors perception of the requirements for your job.

The individual results can be combined advantageously, and give solid insights into the personal leadership, and the concrete needs of your organization.