- Sets performance objectives for subordinates that encourages development opportunities.
- Develops employees by offering and encouraging them to take on new or additional responsibilities.
- Creates opportunities for professional development.
- Encourages others to accept projects or tasks that extend their abilities and present opportunities for development.
- Provides challenging tasks to subordinates.
- Assigns tasks and responsibilities to develop skills of others.
- Facilitates employee training when implementing new programs or systems.
- Enhances the knowledge and skills of others.
- Uses planned and unplanned visits as opportunities to train.
- Supports the successes of other employees.
- Motivates employees to participate in development programs.
- Helps to coach other employees.
- Assesses employees' developmental needs.
- Creates a work environment that fosters positive feedback to employees.
- Makes sure that employees are aware of how they perform in their job.
- Provides constructive feedback to others.
- Is open to receiving feedback.
- Conducts regular reviews to explore development opportunities.
- Provides advice and suggestions to others.
- Encourages employees through recognition of positive changes in behavior.
- Recognizes and celebrates accomplishments of others.
- Rewards and recognizes employees for engaging in professional development activities.
- Recognizes that each employee needs training and developed based on their individual learning style.
Career Goals and Promotion
- Tries to ensure employees are ready to move to the next level.
- Helps subordinates in building Individual Development Plans.
- Frequently discusses career goals with employees.
- Is aware of the career development goals of subordinates.