Companies are spending upward of $15 billion on leadership development programs, yet HR managers surveyed by Deloitte cite leadership gaps as one of their most critical human capital problems.
Flashbrand provides continuous, 360-degree feedback that helps future leaders know who they are, understand their strengths, and take advantage of the right growth opportunities.
Most leadership development programs conduct 360-degree assessments just once, if they do it at all. Flashbrand can replace these costly, one-time assessments with a continuous stream of feedback from peers inside and outside the organization. Future leaders can ask for feedback on the skills in their program while benefiting from a stream of solicited or unsolicited feedback on their daily work.
With Flashbrand, employees maintain ownership of all of the feedback they’re given. This approach encourages them to take responsibility for self-assessment and improvement. Of course, what’s good for them is almost always good for your organization too.
Why do so many executives see feedback as a distraction from their work? Leaders who view feedback from others as an asset listen better, implement strategies more transparently, and make authentic connections with the people in their organizations. These are the qualities that will make leaders effective in the new world of work.
Edouard de La Moissonnière, Partner, Turningpoint