Leaders at every level need candid feedback about their performance to improve. Feedback can illuminate blind spots about behavior that we just can’t see without input from others. However, providing feedback to senior leaders can be intimidating. If the COO waltzes into a subordinate’s office to ask, “So, how am I doing as a leader?”, the likelihood he or she will receive honest, useful feedback is low. Fears of offending the boss or making a fatal misstep loom large for many staff, and they worry about risking their raise, bonus or job by speaking too freely.  Read more here.

Jessica Hartung

Jessica Hartung is a partner, coach, and guide for those leveling-up their personal professional leadership, their teams, and their communities to a better future.

Jessica has a passion for inspiring and preparing people to grow from their work to improve their lives. In 1998, she founded Integrated Work, a consulting firm that brings top-notch professional development to mission-driven leaders, while being a learning laboratory for innovative work practices.

Jessica provides self-directed professional development tools to leaders at all levels striving to create positive impact.