rank their performance much more highly than their direct reports, as our reveals today.  82% of managers agree with the statement that they are definitely, or sometimes, “good at supporting their direct reports with opportunities for promotion” – but well over a third of employees (39%) disagree.

Learning and development is also a sticking point. 91% of managers agree that they support employees with opportunities, definitely or sometimes, despite nearly a third (29%) of employees saying that they don’t. More than half (51%) of employees even went as far as saying they could or may be able to do a better job than their manager. Only 23% of employees feel their manager is accessible and a quarter (25%) believe they are supportive – in comparison to 40% and 44% respectively of managers who said they were.



Curated from www.penna.com


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