GatenbySanderson’s Altitude Model defines world class leadership and is grounded in extensive and continued research. This stretching model sets out a standard for best-in-class leadership in public life, providing a measure against which individuals, teams and leadership populations can assess effectiveness.
A model based on extensive research
In developing the Altitude model, we cast the net of our research widely, incorporating a wide range of data sources; from detailed desk research on sector challenges, data analysis of anonymised senior leader behavioural profiles examining the factors that differentiated the most successful leaders, through to interviews with senior leaders across the public sector to examine the trends and changes affecting public services.
Assessing candidate’s leadership across 12 core behaviours
Altitude assesses candidates’ leadership style across 12 core behaviours, falling into three clusters; Focus on Self, Focus on People and Focus on Outcomes.
Unparalleled Public Sector leader benchmarking
Since its development, we have profiled over 5,000 senior leaders across the Public Sector against the Altitude model. This data set allows us to produce insight at different levels, by role function or sector, for example, to show how a particular group compares against the comparison public sector population across the Altitude competencies. This insight can be used to identify development priorities for a group, or to understand where opportunities exist to bring learning or expertise in from another sector.
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