What is 360 Feedback?
5 Tips to Give an Executive Feedback
Leaders can’t improve if they don’t understand what that means – if they don’t know where they’re weak, where they’re strong, and where they’re just blind.
Consequently, the first step toward improving role performance is often assessing it – which makes 360-degree feedback one of the most helpful tools in the executive-improvement playbook.
Executive Missteps: How to Recover from Loss of Credibility
That’s because executives tend to be intelligent, assertive people - and, personalities aside, they’re people who are in positions of power. They often have control over the careers of the people whose feedback would be valuable, which makes it harder for those people to be honest. Nobody wants to speak poorly about the person who can give them a raise or send them packing.
But, giving executive feedback is necessary.
Loss of credibility is one of the toughest career setbacks for an executive to recover from. Leaders often equate their own credibility to the believability and relative weight that their ideas carry—but that’s only part of the equation. An executive can gain or lose credibility in a variety of ways. Here are the two most common causes—and how we coach leaders to recover from them.