People Metrics is a feature built to give you insight into the way your team is using Leadr and the consistency of the development efforts across your organization. This view will show you if your employees are having regular 1:1s with their managers, they have set and updated goals, requested feedback, and overall used Leadr to collaborate with their team.
These focuses are based on what we at Leadr call our Five Foundations: five fundamental practices that research shows are the baseline to the growth of a healthy team. With People Metrics, you’ll be able to track progress on your organization’s regularity in these rhythms. These Five Foundations are the idea that every employee...
1. has 1:1 meetings with their manager, at least bi-weekly
2. understands and is recognized for their unique strengths
3. has clearly documented goals
4. receives frequent feedback from their manager
5. has a personalized growth/development plan
You can find all of these insights under the People tab in Leadr.
Who on my team can access these metrics?
Access to viewing People Metrics depends on your level of permissions in Leadr, and who reports to you within the tool.
You and your team will be able to see insights into the usage of everyone reporting to them – whether directly, or skipping levels. Further, Admin and Executive account types in Leadr will have access to these metrics across the team, regardless of reporting lines.
Team members that aren’t in either of these groups, will simply see their own metrics, and have access to view the profiles of other team members.
How to interpret Leadr People Metrics:
In the top right corner there are 4 symbols and indicators of Kalle’s usage of Leadr – all focused on her relationship with her manager. Since Kalle doesn’t have any direct reports in Leadr, she will only see her own metrics. You can find a breakdown of these metrics and their meanings below.
As an Admin or Executive user, or if you are a manager in Leadr, you will be able to see this view for managers who are visible to you in Leadr. For example, this graph breaks down the metrics of Clayton and his relationships with his direct reports. This tells us, for instance, that Clayton has consistent meetings with some of his team – and if we’d like to see the detailed version, we can select Metrics to see who on his team Clayton is meeting with regularly.
Leadr People Metrics definitions:
People Symbol - Regular 1:1 meetings between an employee and their direct manager are key to ensuring your team feels cared for, and has a clear focus on the work in front of them. This metric indicates the consistency of meetings between an employee and their manager.
Green circle - In the last month, at least two 1:1s have occurred with the person’s direct manager, and both of those meetings had at least one topic.
Yellow triangle - In the last month, at least one 1:1 has occurred with the person’s direct manager, and that meeting had at least one topic.
Red square - In the past month there hasn’t been a meeting with this person’s direct manager or, no contributions were made to this meeting.
Grey line - A 1:1 has not yet occurred with their manager inside of Leadr.
Goals Symbol - Tracking progress toward success helps the team align on direction, while understanding the unique contributions we each make to the mission of the organization. This metric indicates whether a person has active goals in Leadr, that are updated with regularity.
Green circle - This person has at least one goal that is currently active, and has been updated in the last 4 weeks.
Yellow triangle - This person has at least one active goal, although their objectives or progress hasn’t been update, in the last 4 weeks.
Red square - This person has no active goals. They have past goals, but no current objectives in Leadr.
Grey line - A goal has never been created by this person in Leadr.
Feedback Symbol - A healthy culture of feedback, allows each team member to produce their best work when their contributions are recognized and individuals collaborate to increase effectiveness. This metric indicates whether a person has recently requested and shared input through the Feedback tool in Leadr.
Green circle - In the last month, feedback has been requested, and was completed by at least one peer.
Yellow triangle - In the last month, feedback has been requested, but not completed by their team.
Red square - Feedback has not been requested in the last month.
Grey line - Feedback has never been requested via Leadr.
Activity Symbol - Regular use of the Leadr tool indicates a team that has established habits and rhythms for the practices that promote healthy team growth. This metric indicates whether a person has recently interacted with their team in any capacity inside of Leadr.
Green circle - This person has contributed in Leadr at least once in the last week, or twice if they have direct reports in Leadr.
Yellow triangle - This person has contributed in Leadr at least once in the last two weeks, or once in the last week if they have direct reports.
Red square - This person hasn’t contributed in Leadr in the last two weeks, or in the last week if they have direct reports.
Grey line - This person has not yet signed in to Leadr.
As you begin to familiarize yourself with Leadr People Metrics, our team is available to help as needed. If you would like assistance walking through these scores on your team, or guidance in how to coach your team on improving consistency, reach out to your customer success manager, or contact us at email@example.com.
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