Part 1 of our guidance on how to evaluate your managers when you're an executive.
New executives often fail to realize how different and important delivering performance reviews is for executives. This is how to evaluate your managers when you're an executive.
When executives evaluate their management team, our responsibility is both simpler and deeper than others' reviews. It's simpler, because there are only 2 major factors: results and people. But it's deeper also, because the "people" part of the review includes not just the manager's development, but also the effectiveness of her team members. This is even more true when an executive is evaluating a director, whose directs are managers themselves.
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- How do executives evaluate their managers?
- What are the key factors in evaluating managers?
- Do I consider a manager's team members when I evaluate the manager?
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