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A simple way to measure ownership of personal and leadership development in your organization

 

I often hear leaders in organizations ask about how they can “make” people take more accountability for their personal and leadership development. You can’t really “make” people do anything, but these 4 simple questions will provide you with lots of insight on how to make personal and leadership development matter to your team.

Four simple questions:

Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey (2009) suggest that you know that an organization had people taking ownership of their ongoing development when you could walk into an organization and any person could tell you:

  • What is the one thing they are working on that will require that they grow to accomplish it
  • How they are working on it
  • Who else knows and cares about it
  • Why this matters to them


Reference: Immunity to change. How to overcome it and unlock the potential in yourself and your organization. Robert Kegan and Lisa Laskow Lahey, 2009.

 

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Motivating Staff

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Dear Ellen,

I manage a staff of eight and I was wondering if you could give me some advice on motivating them. Thank you!

S.

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5 Great Coaching Questions to Ask Your Team

hbrprintlogoGreat leaders develop others. Taking a coach approach with your team changes the way you interact with them and lets you discover what motivates them.

The next time you are looking to empower your staff to move forward, try asking them these great coaching questions to get started:

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