Unlock your Potential with the FutureSkills Assessment

What is your superpower as a leader? Uncover your strengths, pinpoint areas for growth, and pave your path in tomorrow's dynamic leadership landscape.

This assessment is grounded in the science-backed 'Inner Development Goals framework', a scientific blueprint in sync with the 'Sustainable Development Goals' adopted by all United Nations Member States and vital for leaders who aspire to shape the future.

Number of questions: 50
Time to complete: 15 minutes

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About the Inner Development Goals

The Inner Development Goals are the tools we need to reach the UN’s seventeen Sustainable Development Goals, and secure a just, prosperous and sustainable future for humanity. The IDG Framework identifies 5 dimensions with 23 skills and qualities vital for the future. WolfPak adapted the framework for leadership - to identify the skills leaders need in the future.

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The 6 Leadership Types

Together with Zoo Zurich we identified 6 animals referring to each leadership type.  

Silverback - the Self-Aware
Gorillas, particularly the dominant silverbacks, are deeply introspective creatures. Within their family groups, they consistently exhibit emotions and contemplative behaviours, signalling their
self-awareness. Silverbacks understand their roles, recognising their strengths and their responsibilities within the group. Silverback leaders are aware of their emotions, aspirations, strengths, and limitations.
Whale - the Communicator
Whales are known for their far-reaching songs. These sounds can travel long distances underwater and are used to communicate. Their ability to send powerful messages across vastdistances aligns with the leadership skills of effective communication, convincing, and
influencing. A whale leader speaks with clarity, persuading, influencing, and reaching a large group of people.
Wolf - the Collaborator
Wolves thrive in pack dynamics, where each member plays a role in maintaining the survival of the group. The social orders within wolf packs ensure that every member is trained and nurtured, from pups to subordinates. The alpha wolf, while leading, also focuses on the growth and development of its pack. A wolf leader values teamwork, focusing on the collective progress of the group.
Eagle - the Strategist
Eagles, with their exceptional eyesight, can perceive details from incredibly high altitudes. This sharp vision allows them to see their immediate surroundings and get a panoramic view of a much larger area. An eagle leader has clarity of vision, thinks ahead, strategizes effectively, and
provides a clear direction. In many cultures, they symbolise clarity, vision, and the ability to see the broader picture.
Panda - the Carer
Pandas, renowned for their peaceful demeanour, are symbols of balance and unity. Their behaviour is gentle and caring. As ambassadors of conservation and environmental awareness, their caring presence reminds the world of the delicate balance of nature. A panda leader combines strength with gentleness, prioritising the well-being of their team alongside organisational goals.
Octopus - the Changemaker
Octopuses are known for how well they can adapt to their surroundings by changing their shape and texture when they feel threatened. Their fluidity in adapting to changes, paired with their
intelligence, makes them akin to leaders who are flexible and innovative in their approach. An octopus leader is versatile and imaginative, thinking outside the box and driving change when necessary.

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