Your Radar Chart

The purpose of a radar chart is twofold. We use it to turn vague thoughts and feelings into measurable data and then to track progress toward a goal over time. Figure 9.1 (see next page) shows a sample radar chart; this is also available as a download at

FIGURE 9.1 Radar Chart


With periods of regular reflection in front of their radar charts, leaders are able to identify gaps and intentionally change specific behaviors. In this way, what can be a frustrating exercise—understanding our progress ...

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