Good Managers Vs. The Rest

Gallup published a report “State of the American Manager: Analytics and Advice for Leaders“, that provides an in-depth look at what distinguishes great managers from the rest. What follows are some of the report’s key findings on talent, greatest impact on employee engagement, specific behaviors tied to engagement, female -vs- male managers, and what companies can do to hire and develop great managers. Read more here

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Gallup. http://www.gallup.com/businessjournal/183098/report-separates-great-managers-rest.aspx?utm_source=WWWV7HP&utm_medium=topic&utm_campaign=tiles

CEOs Want But Don’t Receive Executive Coaching

According to a Huffington Post article written by Douglas LaBier in 2013, “a recent study by the Stanford Business School found that nearly two-thirds of CEOs don’t receive executive coaching or leadership development. And almost half of senior executives in general aren’t receiving any, either. Paradoxically, nearly 100 percent said they would like coaching to enhance their development, as both Bloomberg BusinessWeek and Forbes reported in recent articles. So, why do CEOs and other senior leaders say they want coaching but don’t seek it?”

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Source:

LaBier, D. (2013). http://www.huffingtonpost.com/douglas-labier/why-ceos-dont-want-execut_b_3762704.html