We all know that having great leaders is a critical piece of success for all organizations. However, less clear are the behaviors great leaders engage in that others do not. For that reason, we designed a research program to shed some light on this question. We had access to interesting behavioral criteria.
First, we were given permission to access an organization’s Success Coach feedback system. This system allows individuals to request feedback on various components of their job or work. For example, if someone delivered a presentation, they could leave the meeting and immediately send a feedback request to the meetings’ members to ask for information regarding how well they did on that specific presentation. Having this type of access to real-time feedback is important and useful for continued growth and development of both leaders and their subordinates.