“We have used the Versera Accountability Assessment
for three years and have found it to be ‘spot on’ for understanding employees and leading greater accountability in the organization.”
- Leslie DeWald, CEO
Ascend Insurance Resources
The Versera Accountability Assessment Assessment Login
(Opens a New Window)
The Versera Accountability Assessment provides one-of-a-kind insight that lowers stress, increases self-awareness, and leaves you with a definition of success.
Once you take this validated Accountability Assessment and receive follow-up coaching based on your results, you will:
- Understand how to get better results in your life, your work role, and from your colleagues and co-workers
- Be able to identify what gets in your way and what to do to remove the barriers
- Define success so that it is available to you now
- Have tools that address your unique needs
The Assessment evaluates your mindset about accountability. Mindset is where personal accountability starts and it drives the choices we make, resulting in the performance we create.
The Assessment is validated and has been in use for over 10 years. There are 73 items and 4 categories:
Personal Responsibility - measures your personal ownership mindset
Personal Accountability – measures your willingness after-the-fact to answer for results
Team Empowerment – assesses your preferences for working alone or with others, coaching versus managing, and holding others accountable
Perception of the Organizational Culture – assesses your view of the organization’s culture of responsibility and accountability
Participants receive results in a range from 0 to 100. The Assessment informs the individual and the organization where their results fall in reference to high, moderate and low accountability mindsets and organizations.
How is the Assessment Administered?
The Versera Accountability Assessment is administered and accessed online using a secure website. Each assessment is password protected. Participants who complete the Assessment receive a print-out of their results. They then receive an interpretation of their results through training, one-on-one coaching or a Personal Coaching Report. Individual assessment results are never revealed to others without the express permission of the participant. Group and organizational aggregate results are utilized for data comparison and norm result progress.