When you consider the possible negative impact of “authenticity gone wrong,” it’s not a stretch to see why so many managers opt instead to put up a firewall between themselves and their employees.
An engaged team of employees represents an unquestionable competitive advantage for a company, but such a pursuit is only likely to end successfully if managers properly invest in their employees.
The results of leadership assessments, made available through CCi Surveys International, will provide insights to leaders who may need to alter their behaviors toward their team members.
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick views each athlete as a “shareholder” who has something important to contribute to the organization.
Reviews in which a manager simply tells a team member that he or she “is doing great” are not productive. With 360 degree feedback, employees can learn how to become stronger contributors.
Companies must take the time to create a smooth onboarding process and then regularly check with team members to guarantee that they feel as if they are being challenged.
360 evaluations are not designed to drag employees down—they are designed to bring them up, along with the entire organization.
Leadership assessments can help managers understand the best approaches to take with their employees.
According to research from the Congressional Management Foundation 63 percent of congressional staff said that they were determined to accomplish their work goals, while just 34 percent of the broader U.S. business world felt the same way.