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Team Leadership: 20 Proven Tools for Success by Glenn Parker

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Check Out These Checkup Tools

Here are some different approaches to getting some feedback on how you’re doing:

•   Informal feedback from your team. Ask each member of the team to tell you three things: (1) what am doing well that I should continue; (2) what should I stop doing because it is decreasing my effectiveness; and (3) what should I start doing because it would increase my effectiveness.

•   Formal feedback using a survey instrument. There are many surveys available in the marketplace. You can use the self-assessment survey on page 4.

•   Observation. Ask an external or internal HR consultant to observe several meetings and other interactions and provide feedback to you.

•   Self-Assessment. You are probably your own toughest critic. ...

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