It seems the Army is planning a system for evaluating the effectiveness of potential battalion commanders with a new five-day program at Fort Knox. That's good news for the staff officers worth their weight in salt, and it's fantastic that they're finally doing away with the all-around ass-kissing that goes on around OER season. It'll also bring the hammer down on commanders who fail height and weight, give them a "leadership test," and bring them in front of a board of officers and non-commissioned officers.
I know my opinion on the matter probably means nothing, but if I may make a suggestion...randomly select NCOs in their unit to give honest feedback - you know, the soldiers most affected by their actions.
You could ask them things like: Are they the type to step on the toes of the sergeant major? Would the candidate for battalion commander literally throw their troops under an actual bus if it meant a bronze star? How many times has Private Snuffy become a heat cat during the speeches they said would be quick yet they kept talking about themselves? You know, the actual things that separate the toxic CO's from the ones that stick with their troops forever.