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Next, we are going to look at your development areas. You may have noticed that the bottom three scales have been shaded differently. And looking at the legend, we can see that these scales represent key development opportunities. As these are your lowest scoring scales, they may represent useful areas to focus on, especially if any or all of them are also in your success profile.
Beginning with strategic mindset, your scores indicate that you may focus on present or near-term challenges. You may not set your sights far into the future. or you may defer to others whom you deem more qualified to set strategic direction.
Developing a theory of what the future may hold, and planning for those possibilities is the kind of strategic thinking that can keep you relevant and competitive. Is this something you want to focus on for development?
For the next development area, ensures accountability, your scores indicate that you prefer to share accountability and ownership with others, and you may trust that work is getting done rather than checking in and providing feedback.
People who take personal responsibility for meeting expectations and holding others to high standards are more likely to be seen as ready for a promotion. Can you think of times when you might have behaved in this way?
Outcomes: A success story
One large tech client used Dynamic Feedback as part of a large-scale development program. When they reviewed the process, they received positive participant reactions on the immediacy of the feedback and the way it was integrated into their development.
Participants described the process as “insightful” and particularly liked the way that it was self-paced. Overall, it was seen as a really helpful way of enabling development at scale and providing a solid basis for future development and coaching.