By Kylie Terrell, Employee Engagement Consultant
Any of you that are parents will know that you need eyes in the back of your head to keep up with what’s going on around you day to day.
Being a leader in business can feel much the same way — you wish you had a pair of eyes everywhere so you could keep up to with everything that’s going on in your teams — how far along they are with targets, projects, individual stretch goals. With business moving faster than ever, there’s always a risk that we’ll miss something or someone significant. Having multiple sets of eyes would lessen that risk and the stress that comes with it.
Having access to information about team interactions and performance would empower managers and leaders to make better, faster decisions. But how do you get that information? And quickly?
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