In this recent US based survey, only 24% of respondents rated their organization as “good” when it came to employees making the transition from individual contributor to manager.
I wondered if this was the same in the UK, and if it also applies to other key transitions such as manager (role) to departmental or organisational leadership roles? Would like to hear views and comments on this, seems like it's a critical piece that's missing?
Everyone’s looking for a way to build a thriving and enjoyable workplace, where employees are engaged, fulfilled and committed. There isn’t one magic answer, but I believe strongly in the power of communication, and specifically, feedback.
I work with my team – alongside our client organisations – to put in place the mindsets, habits...