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Executive Time Management: 3 questions for evaluating people

Jack Welch, according to Fortune magazine, had another key priority as CEO of General Electric: evaluating people.

Selecting, training, developing and evaluating people might be a company’s prime directive.

As a senior leader, your role is to “evaluate the evaluators.” Not only must you consider how well they are doing numbers-wise but also how well they are performing people-wise.

In this video, I pose three questions leaders must ask themselves when judging the talent and skills of their people.

Your people are your company’s chief asset; your executive team is your chief responsibility.