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Organizational / Team Development
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We recently conducted a survey among leaders from Arizona technology related companies asking for their opinions as we craft a leadership development program. Response to the question: “Leadership development is important to me and my organization in 2015” confirmed research across the world with 100% of respondents stating they strongly agree (76%) or agree (24%). Unfortunately, the remaining survey results did not support the statement of leadership development being important to organizations.
I had a moment of questioning myself, “Should I have been more of what they were expecting?”
Silently, I laughed to myself as I realized that after all this time, there was still a bit of me that questioned if I was doing what they wanted – did I live up (or down) to their standards?
Combine innovation with an objective and validated tool to measure how your culture is perceived. Use this information as a powerful starting point for change in your organization
Because we don’t like to give news that may be considered “bad” we often try to avoid it – which results in doing it badly. Don’t give bad news badly.
When used appropriately, assessments are great tools and can provide enlightening answers to help determine which career to pursue, who to hire, and how to be a better leader.
As I explained executive/leadership coaching to my seatmate, I realized that others may have the same questions.
Margo Boster, CEO at ImpaQ Solutions, is pleased to be a presenter at the 2013 ASTD Valley of the Sun / ICF Phoenix Annual conference Tuesday October 29th at 9:30. Join Margo as she leads a discussion on which assessments to use when, for what purpose, and by whom.