Rethinking Manager-Led Development
Given changes in the way employees work and learn today, L&D is relying on managers more than ever before to develop employees. However, manager quality remains stagnant, as only 40% of employees think their managers effectively guide them in their current roles.
To further explore this issue, CEB interviewed heads of L&D at more than 100 organizations, surveyed 225 L&D executives, and polled more than 7,000 employees and managers. CEB used various statistical analyses to identify four distinct manager approaches to employee development - Teacher, Always On, Connector, and Chearleader - and provide insight as to how each approach impacts employee performance.