Thursday, February 11, 2010

The Rypple Effect

I follow several talent management blogs that discuss how to be a better manager and there are some great ideas out there. Problem is, bad managers probably aren't the ones reading up on how to be a great leader.

But for those of you who actually are thinking about how to be the best leader you can be, Rypple may be a great new way to put theory into practice.

For example, I just got a question emailed to me from a colleague: What can I do to better support you?

And a manager I know just sent out a question: What is the most important thing I can do to be a better manager?

Respondees are anonymous.

And sometimes, you can even get positive feedback makes your day, like: 'You totally rock!'

Talk about grassroots appreciation programs!

2 comments:

  1. Nice! Those "You rock" responses would be awesome -- and the not so good can be used as tools to spur growth...I like it!

    One question: you said anonymous. But is there a reason employees might be identified (handwriting, style, etc?) Maybe a multiple choice option to avoid that fear (could keep employees from being 100% honest otherwise)

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