Evaluation of leadership has always been interesting to me in the business world. I say this because many times when we speak about someone’s ability to be a leader, there is a tendency to simply evaluate the quantitative, or sales, performance. Typically if they are doing well in sales – hitting plan or higher –…

When it comes to grading talent in your organization, asking the wrong questions can lead to some serious miscalculations. Today’s guest post comes from Dan Portillo, Vice President of Success and Engagement with Rypple. You can check out Dan on LinkedIn or his blog site at Rypple. I advise companies on their performance summary process,…