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Employer of Choice Category: Leadership Effectiveness/Stability

Leadership Effectiveness/Stability
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Employer of Choice candidates should describe in essay form how they systematically* create ongoing effectiveness in organizational leadership through habits, policies and practices that build trust in leadership, encourage workforce engagement, emphasize transparency in operations, communicate effectively with the organization and individuals within it, and ensure leadership continuity and stability. Responses to this item will address the following:


Day-to-day actions of organizational leaders demonstrate the organization’s “values in action,” highlighting role model behaviors and desired habits for every individual member of the workforce. It is essential that the organization integrate systematic processes, policies and ongoing mechanisms that enable leaders at all levels to foster a healthy and successful organization, and that these leaders are actively engaged in these efforts in both their functional leadership role as well as their routine interpersonal interactions. Such practices may include one- and two-way communications, rounding for outcomes, employee forums, relationship building, succession planning, mentoring and coaching, accessibility and availability strategies, etc. 


*“Systematic” is defined as follows: a process or approach that is systematic is characterized as well-ordered and repeatable, and uses data and information so that learning and improvement are possible.

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