The Art & Science of Charity Leadership: Focus on Self

The Art and Science of Charity Leadership series continues, with our hosts Liz Dean-Stevens and Suzie Fairley, as they share their expertise, insight, and the data from profiling thousands of public sector and Non-profit leaders through our psychometric processes.

This episode is centred around the ‘Focus on Self’ aspect of the model. Listen as Liz and Suzie explore:

  • What Charity Leaders excel at
  • How they engage and inspire
  • Areas where Charity Leaders can improve


Watch the full discussion below.



The Altitude Data Model

GatenbySanderson Altitude model

This series focuses on three pillars of our Altitude Data Model. Altitude’ describes behavioural excellence in the public and Not-for-profit sectors and reflects 12 core behaviours. The 12 behaviours are then described at 4 levels with indicators detailing the expectations of individuals operating at different levels of complexity at work. You can read more about this here.


What areas are highlighted by the ‘Focus on self’?

GatenbySanderson Altitude Model Criteria






The Focus on Self aspect of the Altitude Data Model covers how leaders manage their interpersonal skills such as their presence, impact and energy. It also encompasses areas such as their curiosity, agility and how they develop trust.

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