Facilitation & follow-up
Which of the below statements best describes the role of leaders in your organization's talent management?
There is little systematic involvement of managers in talent policy or personal development.
We hold performance reviews, yet it depends on the manager whether development is also taken into consideration. We do not really have a view on that.
Managers have talent conversations that go beyond performance. They are well prepared and actively participate in the talent reviews.
Managers are adept at motivating their employees. They are true ambassadors of the organizational vision and feel supported to also have career conversations with their team.
Our managers coach talent in their personal development. They actively contribute to the success of their team members and the long-term continuity of our organization without bias or self-interest.