New manager empowerment capabilities make it easier for managers to focus on the right issues, stay accountable on progress, and take meaningful action.
Today, Glint, a leader in employee engagement acquired by LinkedIn, announced three new manager empowerment capabilities to help leaders thrive and create motivated and happy teams. Designed using Glint’s AI-for-HR™and real-time engagement technology, these new features eliminate tedious manual analysis, automatically find patterns, and identify a manager’s most significant areas of opportunity to create more engaged teams:
- Personalized guidance: Manager Concierge™ provides step-by-step guidance, taking into account the actions a manager has already taken and making intelligent recommendations for what actions they should take next to help their teams be more successful.
- Actionable summary of strength and opportunities: Managers receive a personalized, simple, and highly actionable summary of their strongest qualities and greatest growth opportunities as a manager.
- A framework for improving as a team: To simplify the often intimidating task of acting on feedback, managers can now utilize a three-step framework, the ACT Conversation guide, to facilitate frequent, ongoing conversations with their teams. By following the conversation prompts of “Acknowledging where we are”, “Collaborating on where we want to go”, and “Taking one step forward” together, managers can enable better quality conversations that lead to better team outcomes and sustainable action-taking.
Impactful, ongoing conversations are at the heart of Glint’s vision for the future of work. The role of the manager in the engagement and performance process is critically important, and embracing real-time, focused insights will fuel worthwhile dialogue about priorities, performance, and growth.