Consider this: The success of your business rests largely on your leadership skills. So how do you rank as a leader?
Eric Gordon suggests you can find out by asking yourself these questions.
“What do my colleagues and employees think of me as a leader?”
One way to gain a realistic view of how you’re doing as a leader is by getting the opinions of people who have seen you in action. The same way you’d offer constructive criticism to your colleagues and employees, they can do the same to help you perform better.
The key to getting honest feedback is to keep it confidential. People are more likely to tell you how they really feel that way. Use open-ended questions that encourage people to delve into detail.