Evidence suggests that as popular as e-learning is, most employees still prefer good old-fashioned face-to-face learning. It’s not as convenient as an app on a phone, but it sure has a greater chance of making a difference in employee’s lives.
Imagine this situation: the vice president of the U.S. asks you to take an important executive job, but you don’t feel qualified and refuse to take it. The job? Leading a team of thousands in a $20 billion, decade-long effort to put a man on the moon.
When using a 360-degree feedback survey, after all parties (peers, direct reports and managers) complete the evaluation, effective delivery of the data gathered in the survey is critical for the employee to be able to use it for growth and development.
Philosophers, consultants and educators agree: Character is the heart of leadership. Leadership character isn’t just a matter of “business ethics. True leadership character is seen in positive traits such as courage, integrity, resilience and...
Today, it’s common to hear “360 feedback” when receiving feedback from anyone using anything other than a self-assessment, but it’s important that the term include the immediate manager, direct reports, and possibly peers and oneself.