How to Make Work Developmental for Better Results and Growth of People
Many managers take a short term and myopic approach to managing employees—after all, the pressure for immediate results is overwhelming. Not so for the exceptional development managers we researched . These managers use the work itself as the starting place to develop people. They add to and reshape work, stretching the space for people to develop while they are achieving business results. And, these managers are actively engaged every day to provide feedback and support. The outcome: a very powerful twofer—employee growth and performance results, both aiming forward to the future versus being stuck in today.