Sixteen Thousand Executives

Updated: Feb 15

Teleometrics, a consulting firm, studied the performance of Sixteen Thousand executives and found a few resounding differences between High Achievers, Average Achievers and Low Achievers. Take a look and see where you fit in.

  • High Achievers care about their people as well as their profits....

Average Achievers concentrate on production...

Low Achievers are concerned with their own personal security

  • High Achievers View subordinates Optimistically....

Average Achievers Focus on their own Status...

Low Achievers Show an unhealthy Distrust of their subordinates.

  • High Achievers Seek advise from those under them...

Average Achievers are reluctant to Seek Advise from those under them...

Low Achievers don't Seek Advise.

  • High Achievers Listen well to Everyone...

Average Achievers Listen only to Superiors...

Low Achievers Avoid Communication and rely on Policy Manuals.


You don't have to be a genius or a even hire a consulting firm to understand that if you want to connect with your people you have to communicate and relate with your people. Understanding the value of all people gives you as the leader the ability to get and keep enough of the right people on your team.

Steve Hagen Vistage Business Coach Winning is Never Accidental

Always Reppin'

Never Flinch!

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