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Individual Performer 360


Individual Performer 360

12 Competencies
60 Questions



The Adaptive 360-Individual Performer is designed to identify individuals with the potential to become high-performing leaders or executives by being rated by the people surrounding them. It provides organizations with insights into an individual’s strengths and development areas, enabling them to create targeted development plans and accelerate their growth. The assessment is commonly used for succession planning, leadership development, and talent management.



The Adaptive 360-Individual Performer measures an individual’s potential for success in leadership roles based on various criteria such as intellectual ability, leadership skills, interpersonal skills, learning agility, and business acumen. It collects feedback from multiple sources through a survey or questionnaire and provides individuals with a report that summarizes the feedback received. The assessment is usually customized based on the organization’s needs and the individual’s role and responsibilities.



The 12 competencies assessed are

  1. Accountability
  2. Change Management
  3. Customer focus
  4. Communication
  5. Digitalization
  6. Leading
  7. Learning Mindset
  8. Innovative
  9. Problem-solving
  10. Results
  11. Relationship
  12. Teamwork



The assessment typically consists of a questionnaire with 60 questions, depending on the organization’s needs.


Time Taken to Complete:

The assessment takes around 10-15 minutes to complete.


The Adaptive 360-Individual Performer is created by Azvantage. These assessments have been developed and based on extensive field experience in the areas of executive coaching and supported by research and provide a comprehensive analysis of an individual’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as their potential for growth and development. The platform has been designed to provide a comprehensive self-paced leadership development that uses technology on the foundation of newer learning of these theories.