Monthly Archives: October 2016
We are pleased to announce that we have launched our range of ADOS-2 and ADI-R training courses for 2017!
We offer a variety of training options for the widely-used Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Second Edition (ADOS-2). Our range offers training suitable for those with little or no experience of the measure, as well as professionals who trained in the previous edition who would like to update their knowledge.
We also now offer an excellent opportunity for existing ADOS-2 users to hone their skills, discuss cases and access group supervision related to the use of ADOS-2, all facilitated by a highly experienced ADOS-2 trainer – find out about our new ADOS-2 Reliability Meeting here.
Our ADI-R Administration and Coding course offer thorough and comprehensive training in all aspects of the popular Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R) assessment. On completion of this course, together with associated pre- and post-course assignments, delegates will be equipped to administer and code the ADI-R to the level of Clinical Reliability. View upcoming ADI-R courses here.
How to book
To book onto any of our courses, please call us on +44 (0)1865 797920 or pay via the website. You can also download our Booking Form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please ensure that you have read our course cancellation policy before booking.
Our courses are more popular than ever before so do book early to avoid disappointment!
Ask Michael Lock of Formula 4 Leadership where the concept for the measure began and he’ll take you back in time 15 to 20 years – to a chance encounter with Bob Wheeler and a casual discussion on leadership and values. Using a foundation built on the theories and ideas of scholars and practitioners alike, the co-authors started to create the concept for the Leadership Judgement Indicator, an assessment built to be engaging and accessible on the scaffolding of a decision tree.
The LJI is now in its second edition, with additional versions for the international business market (Global LJI), the sales industry (Sales LJI) and more. The LJI family also boasts a useful tool called the Leadership Judgement Assessor – complimentary to the LJI, the LJA fleshes out the responses given through a dynamic assessment process.
In fact, Michael refers to the use of the LJI together with the LJA as the ‘Rolls Royce’ of leadership assessments, together deftly covering aptitude, personality and judgement – and crucially, helping a recruiter prepare rich and relevant interview questions.
‘The LJI takes a more abstract situation to help people understand their leadership style,’ he explains, ‘and the LJA then brings it to a more concrete place and allows them to better understand their judgement.’
In fact, the LJA’s unique “live” system brings theory into real-world practice by exploring the individual’s own distinctive leadership scenarios. Its interactive, innovative software can even establish mid-assessment whether or not a candidate has the capability to further develop leadership judgement.
As we know, leaders in thriving business environments must respond daily to complex challenges, diverse teams, and hard decisions – while acting with the high level of competency required to effectively lead a team. The Leadership Judgement suite of assessments examines leadership capability from multiple angles for several outcomes: recruitment, assessment and development.
Hogrefe together with Formula 4 Leadership is hosting a free LJI accreditation workshop at the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology conference in Liverpool in January 2017.