additional factors for supervisors
- Employs a leadership style based on assessing the needs of individuals;
- Addresses individual needs through coaching and teaching to improve learning and enhance performance;
- Provides productive feedback to employees, co-workers and upper management in a timely, direct and supportive manner;
- Coaches others on how to anticipate, define and solve problems;
- Openly shares information and resources;
- Evaluates performance regularly, accurately and fairly;
- Monitors staff work and follows-up appropriately;
- Deals with performance problems directly, fairly, and in a timely manner, providing current, complete and practical positive or corrective feedback.
- Provides information and resources so staff can function independently;
- Enables staff to take appropriate risks;
- Encourages and promotes decision making and accountability at all levels;
- Organizes and structures work for others in a manner that encourages ownership and accountability.
- Creates a high performance work environment where others pull together to complete tasks;
- Encourages team members to discover the best ways to perform their jobs effectively;
- Actively promotes functional as well as cross-functional teams;
- Empowers teams to achieve goals by providing resources, training, responsibility and authority;
- Holds teams accountable for performance;
- Shares successes with team members;
- Monitors and evaluates team success and difficulty, and provides productive feedback.
- Provides information, tools, resources, and opportunities to help others improve their abilities;
- Helps employees identify areas for development;
- Supports appropriate employee development opportunities;
- Gives people challenging assignments to develop their capabilities;
- Promotes systems and processes that encourage and reward the development of people at all levels of the organization.
- Helps employees quickly and effectively understand and adjust to new roles, challenges and changes in the University environment and in their jobs;
- Stays up-to-date on key trends, and opportunities;
- Initiates change instead of reacting to external pressures for change;
- Makes sure technical/functional decisions are based on department priorities;
- Uses available resources (people, funds, time, material, support) and coordinates/manages these components, including those outside the organization.
- Creates an environment where differences are valued, encouraged and supported;
- Actively supports individuals for key positions regardless of differences.
- Actively supports the development of others regardless of differences;
- Respects the talent and unique contributions of every individual, culture and ethnic group to increase effectiveness of the unit;
- Influences the culture in ways that value and support diversity.