What They Forgot to Tell Bosses, but Bosses Need to Know

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b2ap3_thumbnail_Climbers-resized-for-blog-photo.jpgBlog Post by Jim Jensen

“… this result from hundreds of thousands of leaders taking the Leadership Practices Inventory is entirely unsurprising. THE question with the lowest average score, asks people to rate the leader on whether he or she “Asks for feedback on how his or her actions affect other people’s performance.”  Dan Mulhern, in his most recent Reading for Leading article, “What They Forgot to Tell Bosses, but Bosses Need to Know” goes on to say, “But because positional authorities impact everyone in their shop, they need to get feedback more than they need to give it.”

Dan's article is a great reinforcement and follow-up to our most recent posts on the art of receiving feedback, parts 1 & 2. I hope you find it valuable.

Click here to read Dan's article, "What They Forgot to Tell Bosses, but Bosses Need to Know"

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