In a company, every employee is as important as the next. They may perform different tasks but every step they take, whether big or small, has an impact to everyone around them and to the institution. Leaders are equally significant as their subordinates but what draws the line between them is the responsibility attached to their name and accountability associated with their position.
Leaders, such as managers and supervisors, are expected to guide employees to performing well and bringing out the best in them. The pressure they are given is almost always neck-deep because they know that anything they do, whether in a positive or negative way, can influence people who look up to them.
Leaders are seen high and mighty, and (almost) incapable of committing mistakes. But the thing is, bosses are humans too. They err and may disappoint, making their subordinates wonder if they deserve the position after all. They are not perfect, and that’s a fact. Leaders, like everyone else, still have room for improvement and one way to progress is through the 360-degree Feedback.