PREVIEW OF MANAGE PERFORMANCE
WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE
Leaders that excel at managing performance believe the best way to help people be successful is to reach out to them one by one. Their idea of performance management is not so much holding people by the hand and leading them, but walking alongside and supporting them. They strike the balance between giving too much direction and not giving enough. They know you can only lead a group of people if you first lead them as individuals, one by one. They spend individual time with each employee learning their interests, likes, desires, and what motivates them. They take the time to meet with each employee regularly to set goals, review their work, give needed support and coaching, and encourage them in achieving their results...
PSYCHOMETRIC 360 QUESTIONS
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