Leadership Mapping

Leadership Mapping clarifies your resources as a leader, or co-leader of a team.

And to define axes of development of the selected resources.

As a team of co-leaders, it makes it possible to clarify the state of skills at the team level and to define the axes of individual and collective development.

In other words, Leadership mapping makes it possible to take stock of one’s leadership style, and to define one’s development axes, individual and team (team co-leaders, Management Committee, Change and Transformation Leaders…)

For what?

It makes it possible to make an inventory of:

  • emotional anchoring, including the relationship to oneself, to one’s emotions
  • cognitive agility, including risk-taking, adaptation to change, creativity
  • authentic relationships, including empathy, conflict resolution, the ability to federate, to share one’s vision

Those data, are measured individually and compiled in a Group Cartography, assessing the team state. From those data the Team is supported to co-design their new strategies and actions to reach their goals.


Leadership mapping is useful when an individual is questioning the development of his leadership, especially in an evolution of his managerial responsibilities.

It is also valuable for co-leaders, who want to develop their managerial consistency.


Leadership Mapping is an individual document, including the skills measured, according to the World Health Organization model -see below-. These results are presented and linked to the person’s situation and coaching objectives, during the 2-hour individual restitution session.

For a team of co-leaders of at least 7 people, a Group Leadership Mapping will reveal the dynamics within the team and work from it.


Leadership Mapping, is processed individually online via a mix of questions and serious games, that simulate complex situations for the brain. Two types of situations are proposed to measure data in terms of thoughts and games actions. 

The test consists of 10 serious games and 7 quizzes, it lasts 45 to 60 minutes. It is recommended to pass it in 2 or 3 phases, on a computer -excluding tablets and smartphones-.

Scientific foundations

The WHO has produced a complete competency framework on 3 axes: emotional grounding, cognitive agility and authentic relationships.