THE STRIVER QUOTIENT® ASSESSMENT TOOL

A revolutionary new tool to find and develop top performers.

The Striver Quotient® Assessment Tool

The Striver Quotient® (SQ) Assessment Tool for leaders evaluates one's willingness to strive together in 4 relationships - Self, Team, Boss, and Direct Reports. The SQ Assessment Tool for athletes evaluates one's willingness to strive together in 3 relationships - Self, Team, and coach.

Most assessments focus on creating awareness by measuring discrete personality traits. The Striver Quotient® (SQ) Assessment Tool measures performance attributes, providing insights that are tangible and actionable.
 


com•pete
verb

Origin
From Latin competere:
to strive together.

 

Relationship to Self
How do you perform in an environment of rapid change?
 
Relationship to Team
How do you perform in team settings characterized by constructive tension?
 
Relationship to Boss
How do you perform working with a boss or coach who challenges you to exceed goals
 
Relationship to Direct Report
How do you lead when working with people who want to exceed goals?
 



Why use the Striver Quotient® Assessment Tool?

  • To identify top performers.
  • To develop high performing individuals.
  • To transform groups of individuals into high performance teams.
  • To identify and develop future leaders.
 
How Is the Striver Quotient® Assessment Tool different?
  • The SQ assesses people in context, not in a vacuum. It provides an overall representation of people by evaluating them in four key relationships.
  • The SQ assesses performance attributes, not talent. It provides a set of performance attributes that help you identify the right talented person.
  • The SQ provides a built-in 360 view of an organization.
  • The SQ Profile is user-friendly, employing a clean and simple display instead of multiple pages full of narrative and graphs.


 
 

Strivers are driven to achieve beyond what is expected of them.

 
 
 
 
   Abraham Lincoln    Lucille Ball    Walt Disney  
 
  • Fiancee died
  • Failed in business twice
  • Had a nervous breakdown
  • Lost 8 elections
 
  • Dismissed from Drama School with a note that read wasting her time and too shy to put her best foot forward.
  • Told to try another profession
 
  • Fired by a newspaper editor because he "lacked imagination & had no good ideas."
  • Went bankrupt several times before he built Disneyland
 



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